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PATENT STANDARD 




Of every variety. 




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FAIRBANKS & BHOWM, 

1 118 Milk Street BOSTON.: 










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This furnace is 
rapidly taking 
the place of 
other plans of 
heating build- 
ings, and its 

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needs to be 

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sure its general 
f use. Sizes for 
all classes of 
buildings. 




99 & 101 Blackstone St., Boston. 




HERMAN'S 

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The subscriber i 
sale, at wholesale and re 

tail, hi I i id Pre 

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Hot Air Furnaces 

For Wood or Coal, 
In which recent improve 
rnents have been made, rer 
dering them in simplicit;;! 
of construction and ease o; 
| management, in durabilit; 
and efficiency, as in 
other qualities going to con 
stitute a PERFECT FUR 
NACE greatly superior to any other kind offered in this mar | 
ket. The large number recently put into model Schoo i 
Houses, Churches, Seminaries, Court Houses, Hospitals 
Banks and other large edifices erected -for charitable, bene- 
volent or scientific purposes, together with first-class private 
dwellings, proves their superiority, and the appreciation oil 
their merits by the public. Attention is also called to a large] 
assortment of 

E?ffiPP t a^EB OGQKaNQ RANGSS, 

The best in the market. 
PORTABLE FURNACES, English, Parlor and Chamber- 
Grates, Chimney Tops, Roof and Room Ventila- 
tors. Iron. Bronzed, Enamelled and Plated 
Registers, Parlor, Office and 
Cooking Stoves. 

Rumford Ovens, and Heating and Cooking Apparatus gen-1 
erally. 

LEOPOLD HERMAN. 

New Marble Bioek, Nos. 336 &, 333 Washington Street, 
(Nearly opposite the Adams House,) 



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NATHANIEL CARTER, 

MERCHANT TAILOR, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN THE BEST OF 

Broadcloths, 
Doeskins, 

Gassimeres, 
Vestings , 

taiijORS' Tnijuc Miuas, 

BRAIDS, BINDINGS, BUTTONS SILK TWIST, NEEDLES, fe, to. 

— aND — 

READY-MADE 



Nos. 18 & 24 Washington St, 



Tailors' Shears, Squares, Plates of Fashion, Hats, 
Caps, Furnishing Goods, Umbrellas, &c. 

India Rubber Clothing, Hats and Caps. 

TERMS CASH. 



RAIN 



VITEIFIED 



DRAIN, SOIL, AND WATER PIPE, 





For Drainage, conducting Water from 
Springs, Water Closets, Sinks, Sewers, 
Hydrolic Rams, or conveying strong 
A cids, Heating Hot Houses, Milling, &c. 
This article of Vitrified Pipe has 
been tested in England and America 
for several years, and is now used in immense quantities, j^nd 
is fast superseding the use of Lead and Iron Pipe. In 
addition to Drainage, Aqueduct, and Sewerage purposes, 
these pipes have been used for years in England and Amer- 
ica for small chimneys and smoke pipes, and found to be 
practical. For particulars, please call and see samples and 
card of prices. The above pipes are manufactured by 
Messrs. Edmands & Co., Charlestown, and Fieldhouse 
Fire Clay Works, Scotland. Sizes from one inch to 
thirty-six inches in diameter, furnished in any quntity at 
short notice. Small sizes constantly on hand. 



J. BRADLEY, Inspector, 
Office, Basement Old State House, 



A. E. EAYLEY, 

APOTHECAEY, 

MAIN ST., (Corner of Essex,) 

oajvi:b:ri:d<3-e:po:r.t. 




^ li( Bayley's Glycerine Compound, 

Bay ley's Superior Court Plaster, 
Colognes, 

Perfumery, 



TOCLiT ftRTt©LES 

Of all kinds. 
Agent for all tlie Reliaole Patent Medi- 



r aiis &®w& W4f se. 



JOHN H. STEYENS, 

No. 481 Main Street, 

(Head of Western Avenue,) 



AND MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

Water Closets, I Copper Pumps, I Lead Pipe, I Shower Baths, 
Hydrants, | Beer " Sheet Lead, Bath Tubs, 

Force Pumps, | Fountains, | Marble Slabs, | Wash Basins, 

Silver Plated and Brass Cocks, 

And other articles connected with the Plumbing Business. 

03^ Mr. S. is prepared to furnish and put up on the most 
improved plans, Fixtures for the Fresh Pond Water. 

Refers to — Hon. Joel Parker, Prof Theophilus Parsons, 
Henry Greenough, Esq., Charles Davenport, Esq. 



TOWNE & FULLER, 

No. 477 Main Street, 

Cambridgeport, 




Have the best 



COOK AND PARLOR STOVES, 

The Mt. Vernoi, Boston Banner, Silver Star, and 
Model Cook, and Reed's Ranges. 



PABLOB STOVES, 

Snch as Banner GJ-as Burner, Magee, 
Seayey's Gas Burner. 
Linings and Grates for stoves of all kinds, furnished at short 
notice. 

Builder 9 * Materials, Carpenter's Tools, 5tc. A 

full and complete assortment, which will be sold at the lowest 
market price. 

HQUSIJCEEPm© CQQDSc 

A general assortment. 

Winship's Patent Upright Self-Ventilating Re- 
frigerator. The best in the market. 

Furnace, Range, Sheet Iron and Tin Work done 
to order in a faithful manner, and at short notice. 

&3F = * We cordially invite the citizens of Cambridge to call and 
examine our stock "before purchasing. 

E. TOWNE, J. II. FULLER. 



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P. R. SAVAGE, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

MARBLE MONUMENTS, 

mkYB. STOSES, &C, 

No, 304 Main Street, 

(Junction of Main and Austin Streets,) 

OAMBRIDGEPORT. 

[j^- Tablets and Scrolls, Table Tops, Plumbers' Slabs, &e. 

WM. MSELLROY, 



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Also, manufacturer of the celebrated 

HUNGARIAN COUGH CANDY, 

No. 436 Harvard Street, 



GORE, ROSE & CO., 

3£=* j&l XT XU 3e% Si ? 

Counting Room in Monk's ) q fifl&fPDEQQ Qfl 

Building, near State St., j O uUNURLOO Oy., 

lilt #$U 



EDGE-STONES SET, 
Streets,, Places & Sidewalks Paved. 

Materials furnished if required. 



— DEALERS IN — 

I^ongli and. Hammered. G-ranite, !N"orth 

River Stone, Flagging, Cnrbing, 

G-ntter, Cross-walks, Sills, 

Xiintels, Coping, 

Steps, Tile, 

Etc. 

ALSO ON HAND, 

BRICKS, GRAVEL, AND CEMENT. 
Wlaarf on Cambridge Bridge, 

CAMBRIDGE SIDE. 



A. H. LERNED, 







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and 

b a. n K, 

Near junction of 

Broadway and Main Street, 

(Near the Bridge,) 



XJXT BOSTON: 



Cor, of West Cedar and Cambridge Sts. 



Constantly on hand, the celebrated 

LOlIEllf GOAL 



[Cr 3 Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. 



WEST INDIA GOODS 

— AND — 

GROCERIES. 



GEORGE L. CADE, 

379 Main Street, cor. of Columbia, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT. 



FLOUR, SUGAR, TEA, COFFEE, 

And all kinds of Groceries, 

SOLD AT PANIC PRICES. 

Apples, Vegetables, Foreign & Domestic Goods 

Of all kinds, sold cheap for Cash. 



Constantly on hand, OAT AND RYE STRAW for filling 
beds, and for bedding, packing, &c. 

Please call and examine my stock before purchasing 
elsewhere. 

GEORGE L. CADE, 

379 MAIN STREET, . . . (Corner of Columbia,) 

©AMB-RI. PC EPORT. 



D. K. BATCHELDER, 

LOOKING-GLASS, iPOIRTJR.-A.IT., 



— AND — 



$jictaw Jramc linker, 

No. 28 Bromfield St., Boston. 



Gilder of Plain and Ornamental, House, Ship, and Car 
Moulding and Decorations. 



MAPS AND PRINTS MOUNTED ON CLOTH AND 
VARNISHED. 

Pictures cleansed and varnished. 

CHAS. W. FOLSOM, 

CIVIL ENGINEER & LAND SURVEYOR, 

Berkeley St», Old Cambridge, and 50 School St., 
Boston* 

Particular attention given to Surveys and plans of Estates. 
Plans and estimates for Roads, Drainage, &c., executed with 
accuracy and despatch. Plans of Cemeteries, Ornamental 
Grounds, and Rural Improvement, in connection with R. M. 
COPELAND, Landscape Gardener 

References— Jas. Hayward, Esq., Chas. S Storrow, Esq., 
Rev. Wm. Newell, Zelotes Hosmer, Esq. 

N" O T I CE. 



All applications for emptying Vaults should be made in 
writing, signed by the owner or occupant of the estate, but, 
in all cases, by the party who is to pay the bill. Such appli- 
cations may be left at either of the Police Stations, address- 
ed to the Contractor. 

J. WYMAN. 

Cambridge, Jan. 1, 1860. 



CAJVCBHIDGE 

IA RBLE WOR KS, 

JOHN MLVAMEE, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

MARBLE MONUMENTS, 

GRAVE STONES, 
Mantle Pieces, Bracket Slabs, 
Table Tops, Plumber's Slabs, Soap Stone, &c, 

MAIN STREET, (Next door to the Chronicle Office,) 

CAMBHIDGBPOHT. 

Those desiring to have work done at fair and reasonable 
prices, are invited to give me a call. Jobbing promptly 
attended to. 

J. N. SMITH, 



GLAZIER, GRAINER, 



— AND — 



PAPER HANGER, 

Douglass' Block, . . Main Street, 
©MlBRBB^iPORT. 

All work entrusted to his care shall be done in a faithful 
and workmanlike manner. All orders respectfully solicited. 



R. W. DICKSON, 

STEAM 

GAS PIPE WORKS, 

DOUGLASS' BLOCK, 

No. 469 Main St., Cambridgeport. 




The subscriber will give his personal attention to the fur- 
nishing and putting into buildings, public and private, all 
descriptions of 

STEAM, GAS AND WATER PIPES. 

He also furnishes 

CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS, & BRACKETS, 

Of every style and variety. Also on hand, Solar, Fluid 
Lamps, Oil Lamps, Kerosene Lamps and Oil, with 

Wicks and all other articles connected therewith. 
Gague Cocks, Oil Cocks, Steam Whistles, Valves, fi 
constantly on hand. Also, for sale, all the various kinds of 
Patent Burners. Jobbing and Repairing of all kinds, 
promptly and faithfully attended to. Chandeliers and 
Brackets cleaned and regilded to look as srood as new. 
Also for sale, an excellent quality of FLUID. 
All Work done on the most Reas >nable Terms* 




EDWARD BATES, JR., 

Main Street, Cambridgeport, 

(Opposite the Chronicle Office,) 

PLUMBER, 

TIN, COPPER, SHEET IRON 

J^ncl Zinc Worker. 



— KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND — 



Force Pumps, 
Copper " ' 
Beer 



Hydrants, 
Copper Boilers, 
Wash Basins, 



Tin and Zinc Con- Silver Plated and 



Water Closets, 
Bath Tubs, 
Marble Slabs, 
Iron Sinks, Plain & 
Enameled, &c. 



ductors, Brass Cocks, 

Gutta Percha and Block Tin, 
Iron Pipe, Lead Pipe, 

Stove and Furnace work, and pipe manufactured. 

03^ All orders in the above line of business attended to 
with despatch, and on reasonable terms. 



iOyo House. 

— OFFICE — 

Corner of Corirt & Hanover Sts. 

BOSTON, 

ALL KINDS OF 

silk & mmmm som® 

Dyed or Cleansed 

In a style superior to that of any other establishment 
in this country. 



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JOSEPH A. HOLMES & CO., 

WEST INDIA GOODS 

— AND — 

GROCEEIES, 

Cor. of Main and Magazine Streets, 

CAMSRIDGEPOHT. 

SUPERIOR FLOUR. 

Choice Oolong, English Breakfast, & Green Teas. 
PURE SROUftB CQFFEE. 

PRIME DAIRY BUTTER, Etc., Etc. 
J. A. Holmes, I. C. Holmes. 

Y. S. HOLT & CO., 

— DEALERS IN — 

Wltti Jndk (tods 



a; 

Also, the best New England 

BUTTER AND CHEESE. 

POTATOES, APPLES, BEANS, Etc., Etc., 
Cor. of Main and Norfolk Sts. 

Goods sent promptly to any part of the city free from 
expense. 




Cambridge Mutual 

ffiw Bnmwntt (&$., 

MAIN STREET, 

(Opposite the Irving House,) 

CAMBBmaKPQB'F. 



Established in 1833. 



The Company continues to insure on first-class Real and 
Personal property. 

All losses promptly adjusted. 

No charge will be made for Policies, Transfers, and Al- 
terations, as heretofore. 

No extra hazardous risks will be taken. 

JOSIAH W. COOK, President. 
HENRY THAYER, Sec'y and Treas. 



IMrectors : 



Josiah W. Cook, Rafus Lamsoo, 

Stephen Foster, Jacob Eaton, 

Jonas Wyeth, 2d, J. II. Thayer, 

J. D. Pearson, Josiah Barrage, 
Joseph A. Holmes. 



ELIJAH H. LUKE, 

— DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF — 

CRAIN, MEAL 

FEED, &c. 

— ALSO — 

BUNDLE HAY AND STRAW, 

Which will be delivered in any part of the city. 



Wharf and Store, west end of West Boston Bridge. 

Q & M © R [ B a E P @ R T « 

HERMAN BIRD, 




Insurance negotiated in the best Stock and Mutual Com- 
panies, at reasonable rates of Premium, upon 

Buildings, Merchandise, Household Furniture, 

and Vessels at Sea or in Port, 

with their Cargoes. 

03^ Life Insurance effected in the best New England 
Companies. 



— offices — 

17 State Street, Boston, | 433 Main St., Cambridgeport. 



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FOR 



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18 6 1; 



CONTAINING A DIRECTORY OF THE CITIZENS, A BUSINESS 
DIRECTORY, A LIST OF THE CITY OFFICERS, RE- 
LIGIOUS AND OTHER SOCIETIES, AND A 
LIST OF TAX-PAYERS, &C., &C. 




CAMBRIDGE: 
THURSTON &o MILES, 

CHRONICLE OFFICE. 

1 861. 




PREFACE. 



We present to the citizens of Cambridge, the twelfth 
number of the Cambridge Directory. We have again the 
gratification of stating the encouraging fact, that we have 
added to our list no less than four hundred names, making 
ten additional pages, showing that our city has been 
steadily on the increase in the number of its inhabitants. 
We have been at great expense, and have taken great pains 
to make a correct and reliable book, yet we are conscious 
that many imperfections will be found on its pages — im- 
perfections which, in a work like this, where removals are 
so frequent, are unavoidable. With these few remarks, we 
submit our little annual, for better or for worse, to an en- 
lightened and generons public. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year I860, by 

THURSTON & MILES, 

In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Mass. 



CONTENTS, 



Abbreviations, 
Almanac, 
American Nautical Almanac Office, 
Banks, 

Business Directory, 
Cambridge Cemetery 
Calendar Pages, 
City Government, 
County Officers, 
Courts, 

Directory of Names, 
Eclipses, 

Fire Department, . 
Fort Washington, 
Gas Light Company, 
Insurance Company, 
Justices of the Peace, 
Masonic Lodges, 
Mt. Auburn Cemetery, . 
Odd Fellows, . 
Officers of Harvard University 
Police Department, 
Rates of Postage, 
Railway Company, 
Religious Societies, 
1 Representatives, 
Savings Banks, 
Schools, . . 
School Committee, 
Societies, &c, 
State Election, 
Streets, Lanes, &c, . 
Statistics, 

Summary of Events, 
Taxes, . . . 

Temperance Organizations, 
Votes for Governor, 
Votes for Mayor, 
Votes for President, 
Water Works Company, 



ECLIPSES IN 1861. 



There will be four Eclipses this year j three of the Sun, 
aud one of the Moor. 

I. An Annual Eclipse of the Sun, Jan. 10. 

Invisible in America, Europe, Aisa, and Africa, but it will 

be total and central in Australia. 

This eclipse begins, . . Jan. 10th 7h. 2m. A. ) Meantime 
And ends, «• 11th Oh. 50m. M. j at Boston. 

II. An Annual Eclipse of the Sun, July 7. 
Invisible in America, Europe, and Africa, but will be central 

and visible in the Southern part of Asia, as follow- : 

Beginning, July 7th 5h. 44m. A. ) Meantime 

And ending, " 7th llh. 41m. A. ) at Boston. 

III. A partial Eclipse of the Moon, Dec. 17. 

Visible in all North America as follows : 

Moon enters Penumbra, Dec. 17th Oh. 12m. M.1 
Moon enters Shadow, . %i 17th lh. 54m. M. Meantime 
Greatest Eclipse, . . ii 17th 2h. 45m. M. y at 

Moon leaves Shadow, . *« 17th 3h. 36m. M. | Boston. 
Moon leaves Penumbra, u 17th 5h. 17m. M. J 

But a small portion of the Moon will be obscured. About 
two digits. 



IV. A Total Eclipse of the Sun. Dec. olst. 
Visible as a partial one, at Boston, as follows : 
Eclipse begins on the 

Earth Dec. 31st 5h. 44m. M.^ 

Central Eclipse begins " 31st 6h. 46m. If. i Mea: 

Central Eclipse at Moon, " 3lst 8h. 26m. M. y 
Central Eclipse ends, . " 31st 9h. 47m. If. Bo 
Eclipse ends on the Earth " 31st lOh. 50m. M. j 



But a small portion of the Sun's Southern limb will be 
obscured at Boston. About three digets. • 

December 20, I860. South Carolina passed an 
ordinance dissolving the union with the other 
States by a unanimous vote of 160. 



RATES OF POSTAGE. 

Letters not exceeding \ ounce in weight, to any 
part of the United States, not over 3000 miles, 3 cents. 
If over 3000 miles, 10 cents. (California and Oregon, 
10 cents.) Letters weighing over £ oz. and not over 
1 oz , double these rates. Must be prepaid in all cases. 
Drop Letters, 1 cent. May be prepaid or not. 
Advertised Letters, 1 cent in addition to the 
regular rates. 

Valuable Letters may be registered by appli- 
cation at the office of mailing, and the payment of 
a registration fee of 5 cents. 

To Canada and other British [North American 
Provinces, when not over 3000 miles, 10 cents, for 
each \ oz. When over 3000 miles, 15 cents. Pre- 
payment optional. 

To Great Britain or Ireland, 24 cents; but if 
sent to or from California or Oregon, 29 cents. Pre- 
payment optional. 

To France, 15 cents for each \ ounce. Prepay- 
ment optional. 

Letters to other Foreign Countries, vary in 
rate according to the route by which they are sent, 
and the proper information can be obtained of any 
Postmaster in the United States. 

Newspapers, Periodicals, Unsealed Circulars, or 
other articles of printed matter (except books), when 
sent to any part of the United States, and weighing 
not over 3 oz., 1 cent, and for every additional oz. 
or part thereof, 1 cent. If within the State, and not 
weighing over 1^ ounces, h cent. 

Weekly Newspapers (one copy only) sent to 
actual subscribers within the County where printed 
and published, free. 

Books, bound or unbound, not weighing over 4 
lbs., for any distance under 3000 miles, 1 cent per 
ounce; gxer 3000 miles, 2 cents per ounce. The 
above must be prepaid. 

Daguerreotypes will be charged with letter 
postage by weight. 

No Package will be forwarded (except books) 
which weighs over 3 pounds. 






STATISTICS. 

The following statistics are taken from the abstract of 
returns of the Assessors of Cambridge to the State Valuation 
Committee : — 

Polls rateable 20 years and upwards, 5.615 

Dwelling houses, 4.001 

Shops within or adjoining to dwelling houses, 28 

Other shops, 305 

Warehouses and stores, 157 

Distill-houses, 2 

Bams, 850 

Grist-mills, . 1 

Chair factories, 2 

Glass factories, 2 

Iron and brass foundries, 1 

Machine shops, 5 
Manufactories of iron, copper, brass, and other 

metals, 2 

Superficial feet of wharf, 733.007 

Ounces of plate of all kinds, exceeding $20 in # 

value, 30.558 
Acres of land annually tilled, excluding orchards 

tilled, 281 

Acres of orcharding of all kinds of fruits, 204 
Acres of upland mowing, excluding orcharding 

mowed 510 
Tons of hay, the yearly produce of the same, 68 
Acres of orcharding mowed, 120 
Acres of Fresh meadow, 80 
Acres of salt marsh, 290 
Tons of hay, the annual produce of the same, 320 
Acres of pasture land, excluding orcharding pas- 
tured, 168 
Acres of land owned by any town or other pro- 
prietary, 30 
Acres of land used for roads, 605 
Acres of land covered with water, 273 
Whole number of acres of land in the city, from 

actual survey, 3 k 300 

Horses one year old and upwards, 1.001 

Cows three years old and upwards, 82 

Swine six months old and upwards, 215 
Amount of real estates doomed 15.386.150 
Amount of personal estates doomed, 8.028.150 



STREETS, COURTS, LANES, AND PLACES, 

In the City qf Cambridge. 



Allen, from North Avenue to Orchard. 

Allston, from Pearl to Charles, Ward 4. 

Almshouse Row, from North Avenue to the Almshouse. 

Amory, from Broadway to Hampshire. 

Antrim, from Cambridge to Broadway. 

Appian Way, from Garden to Brattle. 

Appleton, from Brattle to Concord Avenue. 

Arrow, from Main to Bow. 

Ash, from Brattle to Mt. Auburn. 

Auburn, from Brookline to Pleasant. 

Auburn Court, from Auburn to Watson. 

Austin, from Main to Inman. 

Austin Street Place, from Austin south. 

Avon, from Linnoean to Shepard. 

Baldwin, from Cambridge to Kirkland. 

Bath, from Mt. Auburn to the wharf. 

Bay, from Main to Kinnard. 

Beacon, from Cambridge to Milk Row. 

Beech, from North Avenue, op Porter's, to Somerville. 

Berkeley, from Phillips Place to Craigie. 

Blackstone, from River to Western Avenue. 

Boardman, from Harvard to Broadway. 

Bond, from Concord Avenue to Garden. 

Bow, from Main to Mt. Auburn. 

Bowdoin, from Linnaean to Harrison Place. 

Brattle, from Brattle Square to Mt. Auburn. 

Brattle Square, head of Brattle Street. 

Brewster, from Brattle to Vassal Lane. 

Bridge, from Craigie's Bridge to Somerville. 

Brighton, from Harvard Square to Brighton line. 

Bristol, from Broadway to Hampshire. 

Broadway, from Main, Ward 2, to the Colleges. 

Brookline, from Main to the river Charles. 

Brooks, from Magazine to Pearl. 

Buckingham, from Craigie to Concord Avenue. 

Cambridge, from Craigie's Bridge to Kirkland. 

Cambridge Square, junction Main and Western Avenue. 

Canal, from Washington to Hampshire. 

Carver, from Sacramento to Hampshire. 

Cedar from Spruce to North Avenue. 

Centre, from Hancock to Dana. 

Chapman Place, from Howard to Gerry. 

Charles, from South Third to the mars'h, Ward 3. 

Charles, from Allston to River, Ward 4. 

Charles Court, from Charles, Ward 3. 

Charles River, from Mt. Auburn to the river. 

C latham, from Cotton to Dana. 

Chauncy, from North Avenue to Garden. 

Cherry, "from Main to Harvard. 



STREETS, ETC. 



Chester, from North Avenue to Somerville. 

Chestnut, from Mt. Auburn to Harvard, Ward 1. 

Chestnut, from Pearl to the marsh, Ward 4. 

Church, from Harvard Square to Brattle. 

Clark, from Washington to Hampshire. 

Clay, from Spruce to Harvey. 

Clifton, from Spruce to Harvey. 

Clinton, from Main to Harvard. 

Coggswell Avenue, from North Avenue to Fitchburg R. R. 

Columbia, from Main to Cambridge. 

Concord Avenue, from Garden to West Cambridge. 

Cottage, from Pearl to River. 

Cottage Court, from Cottage n Pearl 

Cotton, from Harvard to Broadway op. Hancock. 

Court, from Main to Charles, Ward 3. 

Craigie, from Concord Avenue to Brattle. 

Crescent, from Oxford to Sacramento. 

Cross, from Main to the marsh. 

Dana, from Main to Broadway. 

Dana Court, from Western Avenue n Pleasant. 

Daniels Court, from Hilliard. 

Davis, from Harvard to Broadway. 

Deacon, from Pioneer to Dock n the river. 

DeWolf, from Mt. Auburn south to the river. 

Dock, from Broadway to the river. 

Douglass, from Main to Austin. 

Dublin, from Kidder Lane to the railroad. 

Dunster, from Harvard to College Wharf. 

Dyke, from Charles River to Mt. Auburn. 

East, from Bridge to Hall's Wharf. 

Eaton, from Pine to Cherry n School. 

Eliot, from Brighton to Mt. Auburn. 

Ellery, from Main to Broadway. 

Elm, from Harvard to Cambridge. 

Elm wood Avenue, btwn Brattle and Mt. Auburn. 

Erie, from Magazine to Brookline. 
Essex, from Main to Harvard. 

Essex Court, from Essex 

Everett, from North Avenue to Oxford. 

Everett Place, from Mt. Auburn. 

Fayerwealher. from Brattle to Vassal Lane. 

Fayette, from Cambridge to Broadway. 

First, from Cambiidge op F anders' Exchange. 

Follen, from Wateihouse to Garden. 

Forest, from North Avenue to Oxford. 

Foster, from, Lowell to Willard. 

Franklin, from Brookline to Putnam. 

Franklin Alley, from Cambridge to Gore. 

Fremont, from River to Pleasant. 

Fresh Pond Road, from Brattle to Fresh Pond. 

Frisbie Place, from Kivkland op Quincy. 

Front, from Main to the water. 

Garden, from Harvard Square to brick yard. 

Gardner, from Tremont to Prospect. 



STREETS, ETC. 



Gardner Court, from Mt. Auburn op Story. 

Gerry, from Mt. Auburn to the marsh. 

Gore from Bridge to Somerville. 

Green, from Pearl to Putnam. 

Hamilton, from Sydney to Magazine. 

Hammond, from Oxford to Somerville. 

Hampshire, from Broadway to Somerville line. 

Hancock, from Main to Harvard. 

Harrison, from Main to Washington. 

Harrison Avenue, from River to Pleasant. 

Harrison Place, from North Avenue to Wright. 

Harvard, from Main L. P. to Harvard Square. 

Harvard Square, head of Harvard Street. 

Harvey, from Cedar into the woods. 

Hastings, from Moore to Canal. 

Hastings Square, btwn Chestnut, Ward 4, and Henry. 

Henry, from Charles, Ward 4, to Pearl. 

Hilliard, from Brattle to Mt. Auburn. 

Hollis, from North Avenue. 

Holmes Place, from Kirkland to North Avenue. 

Holyoke, from Harvard to South. 

Holyoke Place, from Mt. Auburn to Holyoke. 

Howard, from Mt. Auburn to the river, Ward 1. 

Howard, from River to Western Avenue, Ward 4. 

Juman, from Main to Cambridge. 

Irving, from Cambridge to Kirkland. 

Irving Place, from Brattle to Foster. 

Jackson, from Spruce to Harvey. 

James, from Brattle to Mason. 

Jay, from River to Putnam. 

Jennings, from Brookline near Main. 

Kent, from River to Western Avenue. 

Kidder Lane, from Spruce to the meadows. 

Kinnard, from River to Putnam. 

Kirkland, from North Avenue to Somerville. 

Kirkland Place, from Kirkland north. 

Lake, from Magazine to Pearl. 

Lambert, from Cambridge to Gore. 

Lambert Avenue, from North Avenue to Mt. Vernon. 

Lechmere Place, from North. 

Lee, from Main to Broadway. 

Leighton Court, from East to North. 

Lincoln, from Windsor to Columbia n Hampshire. 

Linden, from Harvard to Mt. Auburn. 

Line, from Cambridge n Fayette. 

Linnoean, from Garden to North Avenue. 

Livermore, from Hampshire to Lincoln. 

Lowell, from Mt. Auburn to Brattle. 

Magazine, from Main to the river. 

Magazine Court, from Magazine. 

Main, from West Boston Bridge to junc Harvard 

Maple, from Milk to Somerville. 

Market, from Broadway to Columbia. 

Mason, from Garden to Brattle. 

Meacham, from North Avenue to Somerville. 



STREETS, ETC. 



Mechanics' Court, from Main n the bank 

Mellen, from North Avenue to Oxford. 

Monroe, from Spring op House Correction. 

Montgomery, from Spruce to Harvey. 

Moore, from Broadway to Washington. 

Mt. Auburn, from Main to Watertown. 

Bit. Auburn St. Place, from Mt. Auburn. 

Mt. Vernon, from North Avenue to Lambert Avenue. 

Mardock, from Garden to Hampshire. 

Norfolk, from Main to Cambridge. 

North, from East to the water. 

North Avenue, from Harvard Square to West Cambridge. 

North First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth, from 

Cambridge, Ward 3. 
Norton, from Bowdoin to Avon. 
Oak, from Cambridge to Somerville. 
Orchard, from Beech to Somerville. 
Otis, from South Second to South Seventh. 
Otis Place, from Mt. Auburn op Hilliard. 
Oxford, from Kirkland to Sacramento. 
Palmer, from Brattle to Church. 
Park, from Pleasant to Magazine. 
Pearl, from Main to the river. 
Perry, from Magazine to Pearl. 
Phillips Place, from Mason to Garden. 
Pine, from Harvard to School. 
Pioneer, from Broadway to Deacon L. P. 
Pleasant, from Main to the river. 
Plymouth, from Hampshire to Portland. 
Portland, from Hampshire to Cambridge. 
Prescott, from Harvard to Broadway. 
Preston, from Gambridge to Kirkland. 
Prince, from Pleasant to Magazine. 
Prospect, from Main to Somerville. 
Putnam, from Mt. Auburn to Western Avenue. 
Quincy, from Kirkland to Main. 
Raymond, from Linnrean to Cedar. 
Reed, from Spruce to Harvey. 
Rice, from North Avenue to "Cedar. 
River, from Main to Brighton line. 
Rockwell, from Pleasant" to River. 
Russell, from North Avenue to Somerville. 
Sacramento, from North Avenue to Somerville. 
Sargent, from Spruce to the railroad. 
School, from Austin to Harrison. 
School Court, from Brattle n Church. 
Shepard. from North Avenue to Garden. 
Short, from Bridge to North, Ward 3 
Short, from Pleasant to Magazine, Ward 4. 
Soden. from Western Avenue to Green. 
Somerset, from Pleasant to River. 
Somerset Place, from Magazine to Pleasant. 
South, from Brighton to Holvoke. 
SouthFirst, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, and 

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Sparks, from Mt. Auburn to Vassal Lane. 
Spring, from South Second to South Seventh. 
Spruce, from North Avenue to Cedar. 
State, from Front to Car Factory. 
Story, from Brattle to Mt. Auburn. 
Suffolk, from Columbia to Norfolk. 
Summer, from Prospect to Inman. 
Sumner, from Kirkland to Cambridge. 
Sydney, from Allston to Henry. 
Temple, from Main to Austin. 
Tenny's Court, from Orchard to Elm, Somerville. 
Thorndike, from South Second to South Seventh. 
Tremont, from Broadway to Hampshire. 
Trowbridge, from Main op Putnam to Broadway. 
Tuttle, from Wyeth n Concord Avenue. 
Union, from Market to Hampshire. 
Union Square, North Avenue. 
Valentine, from Pearl to Brookline. 
Vernon, from Main to Green. 
Village, from State to Front. 
Vine, from South Third to Sixth. 
Walden, from North Avenue to Raymond. 
Walnut, from Pleasant to Charles, Ward 4. 
Walnut Court, from Walnut. 
Ware, from Harvard to Broadway. 
Warren, from Cambridge to Kirkland. 
Washington, from Main to Norfolk. 
Washington Court, from Putnam to marsh. 
Washington Square, cor Charles and Allston, Ward 4. 
Water, from Bridge to the water. 
Waterhouse, from Garden to North Avenue. 
Watson, from Pearl to Brookline. 
Webster, from Magazine to Pleasant. 
Webster Avenue, from Hampshire to Somerville. 
Webster Place, from Pleasant to rear of School House. 
Wendall, from North Avenue to Oxford. 
~ West, from lnman to Lee. 
Western Avenue, from Main to Brighton line. 
Willard, from Brattle to Mt. Auburn. 
Willard Court, from Willard 
Williams, from Pearl to River. 
Willow, from North Avenue to Somerville Ward 1. 
Willow, from Magazine to Pleasant, Wara 4. 
Willow Place, from Cambridge n Windsor. 
Windsor, from Main to Cambridge. 
Winter, from Bridge. 
Winthrop, from Holyoke to Spring. 
Winthrop Square, cor Mt. Auburn and Brighton. 
Worcester, from Columbia to Norfolk 
Wright, from Norton to North Avenue. 
Wyeth, from Concord Avenue to Garden. 



FORT WASHINGTON. 



Fort Washington, of which the preceding page affords 
an accurate and spirited sketch,* is situated at the extreme 
south-westerly point of our city, where it commands the em- 
bouchure of Charles River into the Back Bay. The visitor 
will find it at that part of Cambridgeport, known as " Pine 
Grove," at no great distance from the lowest bridge on the 
river, that connecting the city with " Longwood." 

This small, but still interesting, as it is now almost a 
solitary relic of the fortifications which marked the Siege of 
Boston, has been within the last two years reclaimed from 
the chances of that common obliteration, which was progres- 
sively wiping out these traces of the first great act of the 
Revolutionary drama, and placed under a protection which 
is presumptively perpetual, in the solemnly accepted under- 
taking of the municipality of Cambridge. 

Would that it could be that the sole other remaining exam- 
ple, the Fort on Roxbury Heights, might be saved from the 
devastating march of improvement, by means of as fortunate 
a_conjunction of circumstances, and be like this dedicated for- 
ever to the memory of a past, and the conservation of a fu- 
ture patriotism ! 

The student of American history, who turns to that store- 
house of the most authentic and reliable facts connected with 
the war of the Revolution, Marshall's Life of Washington, 
will find in the plans accompanying the same, one which 
elucidates the Siege, avid fixes all the points made memorable 
therein. No less than between forty and fifty works of for- 
tification are there designated. Some of these are regular forts 
of considerable magnitude, constructed with care, and doubt- 
less under the best engineering skill and means available at 

* Executed by Messrs. Kilburn & Mallory, of Boston. 



FORT WASHINGTON. 



that infantile period of scientific warfare on this side of the 
Atlantic; others are mere accessory or isolated earth-works, 
thrown up probably without much skill or method, to meet 
some real or anticipated emergency of the time. 

Commencing at the east, and omitting the works on the 
islands in the harbor, several of which were of Provincial 
construction and not of important moment in the then M Be- 
leaguring of Boston," we can follow on the sketch referred 
to, the delineation of the following works of fortification, 
which are susceptible of some degree of classification : — 

1. Breed's Hill, (the site of " the Monument.") 

2. Bunker's Hill. 

3. Ploughed Hill, (now Mt. Benedict and Convent ruins.) 

4. Winter Hill, with four out-works. 

5. Prospect Hill, with seven out- works. 

6. Cobble Hill, (now site of McLean Asylum.) 

7. Lechmere's Point, (now East Cambridge.) 

8. Old Cambridge, Butler's Hill, Cambridge Lines, Forts 
No. 1 and 2, and a Redoubt. 

9. Two three Gun Batteries at mouth of Charles River, 
(one of these is Fort Washington.) 

10. Brookline Fort, (Sewall's Farm,) a four Gun Battery 
and a Redoubt. 

11. A three Gun Battery and a Redoubt near Muddy 
River. 

12. Roxbury Fort and three out-works. 

13. Roxbury Lines and Advanced Lines. 

14. Dorchester Lines. 

15. Two regular forts on Dorchester Heights, (now South 
Boston.) 

16. Two three Gun Batteries, near the shore, Dorchester 
Point. 

Taking the accurate, and indeed almost exhaustive History 
of the Siege of Boston, by Mr. Frothingham, as our guide 
for facts and dates, it may be stated that this* memorable 
event began, so far as this order of material preparations is 
concerned, with the throwing up of earth-works about the 1st 



FORT WASHINGTON. 



day of May, 1775, although the orderly books do not specify 
their precise locality. 

"May 3d, Col. Doolittle with 200 privates and officers 
(sic) are engaged in this work, under Mi'. Chadwick, as 
Engineer." On the next day, a party of 450 under Col. 
Frye, are assigned to the like service at some uncertain point, 
known certainly not to have been Prospect or Winter Hill. 

During this month, a breast-work was thrown up on the 
Cambridge road, near the base of Prospect Hill. But it 
was only on the 13th June, that the continuous preparation 
for siege operations was initiated. Gen. Gage's intention of 
seizing upon Dorchester Heights having been ascertained by 
the Committee of Safety, they passed a formal Resolve to oc- 
cupy and defend Bunker's Hill. This was commenced and 
carried forward to some extent on the night of the 16th, that 
preceding the great battle. The proceedings were discov- 
ered at early dawn. 

Gen. Putnam went from the hill after the battle to Pros- 
pect Hill, where at ten o'clock of the next morning, we find 
him, in the words of an eye-witness, " dashing about among 
the workmen throwing up entrenchments, and often placing 
a rod with his own hand," — never having washed or changed 
his clothes since the battle. Both the eminences of this ele- 
vation were " strongly fortified and connected by a rampart 
"and fosse." 

Traces of these works, still palpable, have survived the 
ploughshare, and may be found a little east of the brick 
church in Somerville, and on the southern summit of Pros- 
pect Hill, while the connecting rampart and ditch is exceed- 
ingly well preserved through a pasture, a little west of the 
bifurcation of Medford and Church streets. 

Winter Hill was also fortified during the night succeeding 
the battle, a principal work with numerous intrenchments 
having been thrown up by the New Hampshire troops. 

At lloxbury, General Thomas was soon engaged in similar 
service, so that on the 24th June, heavy cannon were 
placed on the hill " above lloxbury Work-house." On the 
12th of July, this is described by a cotemporary witness, as 



FORT WASHINGTON. 



being ' ■ a fort upon the hill westward of the meeting-house ; 
an intrenchment at Dudley House; a small breast-work across 
the main street; and another on the Dorchester road near 
the Burying Ground ; one on each side of the road through 
the lands and meadows a little south of the George Tavern." 
An abattis of sharpened trees pointed towards Boston, a re- 
doubt near Williams's Mill, with another at Brookline, and 
a breast-work at Dorchester, complete this writer's account 
of the southern defences. 

In most of these preparations, the experienced skill of Col. 
Gridley, the military engineer of the siege- — was put in re- 
quisition — an officer preeminently deserving the next statue 
in honor of the heroes of the Revolutionary war. His un- 
fortunate son, and a warrior second to but one in those event- 
ful days, Henry Knox, were of his pupils. 

Space does not permit further inquiry into this interesting 
subject. Most of the works are among the things which 
were. Twenty year3 ago, the writer of this sketch had visited 
and traced out more than that number of these relics. A 
petty remnant still resists the march of improvement, only 
two of which probably capable of being reproduced could be 
found three years since, one of these, the subject of this no- 
tice, has been successfully restored. This is one of the 
" Three Gun Batteries," commanding the mouth of Charles 
River, at no great distance below the Magazine. 

It was situated on land which belonged to the estates of 
Judges Dana and Trowbridge, which, in 1838, was divided 
into streets and suitable lots for building, by Mr. Wadsworth, 
the surveyor, and a lithographic plan printed, which, with 
the square stone posts inserted at each angle, will preserve 
the exact lines to all future time. An agreement enters into 
all the conveyances made of the same, known as the " Dana 
restrictions," under which an uniformity of street fronts is 
secured, and all annoying or offensive occupations are for- 
ever prohibited. Securing forever a neighborhood as yet 
sparsely settled, of peculiarly select and elegible tenements. 

In this laying out, the intelligent proprietors themselves 
closely connected with some most actively and wisely en- 



TORT WASHINGTON. 



gaged in the great struggle, reserved a public square, called 
Washington Square on the Plan, containing in its centre the 
Three Gun Battery before mentioned. Its history was proba- 
bly known to them generally, but it was not, probably, until 
the publication of the Memoirs of Col. Joseph Reed, Mili- 
tary Secretary to Gen. Washington, that the immediate con- 
nection of this little lunette with the Commander-in-Chief 
became certain. A letter therein from him to Col. Reed, 
authorizes the belief that its site was selected and its con- 
struction decided by him in person. At the time when the 
work of improving the Square was commenced, the Fort was 
in remarkable preservation. No ploughshare had passed 
over it, and its well turfed rampart and ditch were in as 
complete shape as they probably were in five years after 
it was thrown up. The angles and sides of the embrasures 
only had to be trimmed up with & odding, nothing required 
to be imagined or invented. 

The first step on the part of the promoters of the improve- 
ment, was to procure from all those who had become pro- 
prietors of any of these lands, and, of course, held a com- 
mon interest in this reservation, a conveyance of their rights 
to three Trustees, self-appointed, but pledged to carry out the 
design; Dr. L. V. Bell, Edmund Trowbridge Hastings, and 
Joseph A. Holmes, Esquires. By a most fortunate coinci- 
dence, a title was cheerfully and readily obtained from each 
and every one who had become possessed of an interest, 
some thirty or forty in number, no estate being in such posi- 
tion from probate, insolvency, or other obstacles as to embar- 
rass the object. 

The entire square, a lot of 2G0 by 160 feet, equal to 41.600 
square feet, or about an acre, and worth at the time, at least 
six cents per foot, or $'2500 was obtained. 

A communication was addressed to the War Department, 
requesting the appropriation of certain pieces of the largest 
sized ordnance, which were understood to be in depot at one 
of the islands, to replenish the empty embrazures, and a fa- 
vorable reply was received almost by return of mail. 

The Grand Junction Rail Road Corporation appropriated 



FORT W A 8HINGTON. 



under its act of incorporation, a portion of marsh land at 
the southerly side of the square, for which the Trustees were 
awarded the sum of $770.89 in damages, which was fortu- 
nately secured among the few payments made in that unfor- 
tunate enterprise. This was invested, and by its accumulation 
had reached the amount of $889.19, when in August, 1858, 
it was paid over to the city towards the work. 

A petition to the Legislature was presented, asking the aid 
of the Commonwealth in so patriotic an undertaking. This 
was referred to a Committee, which visited the site of the 
fort, accompanied by Gen. Cushing, whose important influence 
was at once extended in its behalf. The report of the Com- 
mittee, whose inquiries were materially aided by the intelli- 
gent and zealous representatives of the city, was followed by 
the grant of two thousand dollars under circumstances of 
prompt and cheerful readiness, demonstrating that republics 
are not ungrateful, when a fair and undoubted case for 
action is made out. 

The City of Cambridge, to whose control and care the 
Trustees proposed to make over the estate and the funds in 
their hands, as was forthwith done, liberally and in conform- 
ity to a high public sentiment, which could not have brooked 
a refusal of its meed, after individual and public generosity 
had accomplished so large a share of the work, assumed its 
completion and its care to all future time. An iron fence of 
a pattern of unsurpassed fitness and elegance was erected on 
a cut stone base, having its main entrance through a gateway 
of two large cut granite posts, each bearing on its external 
face a cannon carved in bas-relief. The fence itself has for 
its posts cast iron models of cannon resting on the base, and 
sustaining a railing filled up with alternate spears and battle- 
axes ; the whole has been much admired by persons of taste. 
The grounds, to which the city added a strip at the left side, 
at the cost of nine cents per foot, to secure a sufficient width 
for a passage, were graded, the rampart and ditch finished. 

A tall flag-staff, with suitable appliances, rises from the 
terre plein, from which, upon appropriate holidays, the stars 
and stripes of a yet glorious Union, are displayed in full sight 



FOBT WASHINGTON. XIX 

of four large cities. A well was provided at its foot to re- 
fresh the summer pilgrim to this interesting point of u the 
classic ground of the Revolution." 

The amount expended by the City of Cambridge as her 
share in the work, was $3,665.86, which, added to that fur- 
nished in land and money from other sources, say $5,388.19 
makes the entire outlay not far from $9,504.05. This matter 
of expense is thus particularly enlarged upon, in the hope 
that other communities, so fortunate as to possess the like 
relics of their country's dark days of trial, may be encour- 
aged to a similar preservation of them before it is too late. 

Some of those engaged in this successful enterprise, 
have had still further hopes and views as to its embellish- 
ment, and prior to the present session of Congress, a plan 
was nearly matured to ask of the National Legislature, what 
some will regard (in view of the scores of revolutionary mon- 
uments voted, but never appropriated for ,) as a Quixotic de- 
mand, — the means of erecting a statue in the middle of the 
fort. Of course, the effigies of him "first in war, first in 
peace, first in the hearts of his countrymen," claims a nobler 
position than this humble spot. But it was felt that the 
stalwart forms of Putnam, or Knox, or even Gridley, yet 
un sculptured by a forgetful posterity, might not inappro- 
priately mark the ground over which they had watched and 
striven in the cause of freedom! 



In those vernal seasons of the year, when the air is calm 
and pleasant, it were an injury and a sullenness against 
Nature not to go out and see her riches, and partake in her 
rejoicing with heaven and earth. 

Dost thou love life, then do not squander time, for that 
is the stuff life is made of. 

The sublime and the ridiculous are so often so nearly 
related, that it is difficult to class them separately. One 
step above the sublime makes the ridiculous, and one step 
above the ridiculous makes the sublime again. 

And when he is out of sight, quickly also is he out of 
mind. 





XX ALMANAC. 




AMERICAN NAUTICAL ALMANAG OFFICE. 




On Waterhouse Street. 




[Established by Act of Congress, March Zd, 1849.] 




OFFICERS. 




Commander Charles Henry Davis, Superintendent. 




Professor Benjamin Peirce, Consulting Astronomer. 




Isaac Bradford, Clerk. 




Professor John D. Runkle, Assistant. 




Chauncy Wright, Assistant. 




Eben J. Loomis, Assistant. 




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4 48 9 19 


15 


3 


7 24 


29.2 


11 1 


11 25 


11 


Fri. 


7 29 


4 49 


9 20 


16 


8 


sets 


0.6 


11 43 




12 


Sat. 


7 28 


4 50 


9 22 


18 


9 


6 19 


1.6 


9 


30 


13 


SU. 


7 28 


4 51 


9 23 


19 


9 


7 26 


2.6 


50 


1 10 


14 


Mon. 


7 27 


4 52 


9 25 


21 


10 


8 23 


3.6 


1 29 


1 48 


15 


Tu. 


7 27 


4 53 


9 26 


22 


10 


9 23 


4.6 


2 7 


2 2G 


" 16 


We. 


7 26 


4 55 


9 29 


25 


10 


10 26 


5.6 


2 44 


3 2 


17 


Th. 


7 26 


4 56 


9 30 


26 


11 


11 26 


6.6 


3 21 


3 40 


18 


Fri. 


7 2.5 


4 57 


9 32 


23 


11 


morn 


7.6 


4 


4 22 


19 


Sat. 


7 25 


4 58 


9 33 


29 


11 


26 


8.6 


4 46 


5 12 


20 


SU. 


7 24 


1 59 


9 35 


31 


I] 


1 27 


9.6 


5 39 


6 6 


21 


Mon. 


7 24 


5 1 


9 37 


33 


12 


2 30 


10.6 


6 35 


7 6 


22 


Tu. 


7 23 


5 2 


9 39 


35 


12 


3 33 


11.6 


7 37 


8 9 


23 


We. 


7 22 


5 3 


9 41 


37 


12 


4 36 


12.6 


8 40 


9 10 


24 


Th. 


7 21 


3 4 


9 43 


39 


13 


5 32 


13 6 


9 39 


10 7 


25 


Fri. 


7 21 


5 G 


9 45 


41 


13 


6 22 


14.6 


10 34 


11 


20 


Sat. 


7 20 


5 7 


9 47 


43 


13 


rises 


15.6 


11 25 


11 43 


27 


SU. 


7 19 


5 8 


9 49 


45 


13 


6 39 


16.6 




10 


?> 


Mon. 


7 18 


5 9 


9 51 


47 


13 


7 52 


17.6 


32 


54 


29 


Tu. 


7 17 


5 11 


9 54 


50 


14 


9 6 


18.6 


1 16 


1 38 


30 


We. 


7 16 


5 12 


9 56 


52 


14 


10 12 


19.6 


2 1 


2 24 


31 


Th. 


7 15] 


3 14 


9 59 


55 


14 


11 34 


20.6 


2 47 


3 10 



1681. 



FEBRUARY. 



38 Days. 




PHASES OP THE MOON. 

Last Quarter, 2d. 5h. 15m. M. I First Quarter, 17d. 7h. 35m. E. 
New Moon, 9d. 3h. 20m. E. | Full Moon, 24d. llh. 59m. E. 

Moon's Apogee, 14ih day, at 6h A. M. 

Moon's Perigree, 26ih day, at 8h A. M. 



1). 


Days 


SUN |] 


Len'h 


Days 


5. 


Moon AT , High Tide. 

r. & s.j f* s !Morn.f Eve. 

h. m. I A » e * h. m.|h. m. 


of 


of 


Ris. ISets.: 


Days. 


mcr. ! 


6. 


M. 


Week 


h. m.jh. m. 


i. m. 


h. m. 


Ql. 


1 


Fri. 


7 14 


5 15 


10 1 


57 


14 


morn 


21.6 


3 35 


4 1 


2 


Sat. 


7 13 


5 16 


10 3 


59 


14 


50 


22.6 


4 29 


5. 


3 


SU. 


7 12 


5 17 


10 5 


1 1 


14 


2 5 


23.6 


5 33 


5 8 


4 


Mon. 


7 11 


5 19 


10 8 


1 4 


14 


3 16 


24.6 


6 43 


6 18 


5 


Tu. 


7 9 


5 20 


10 11 


1 7 


14 


4 21 


25.6 


7 52 


7 25 


6 


We. 


7 8 


5 21 


10 13 


1 9 


14 


5 16 


26.6 


8 56 


8 25 


7 


Th. 


7 7 


5 23 


10 16 


1 12 


14 


6 7 


27.6 


9 52 


9 18 


8 


Fri. 


7 6 


5 24 


10 18 


1 14 


14 


6 45 


28.6 


10 42 


10 3 


9 


Sat. 


7 5 


5 25 


10 2o 


1 16 


15 


sets. 


29.6 


11 23 


11 42 


10 


SU. 


7 3 


5 26 


10 23 


1 19 


15 


6 13 


0.9 







11 


Mon. 


7 2 


5 2S 


10 26 


1 22 


15 


7 19 


1.9 


18 


35 


12 


Tu. 


7 


5 29 


10 29 


1 25 


15 


8 17 


2.9 


53 


1 11 


13 


We. 


6 59 


5 30 


10 31 


1 27 


14 


9 16 


3.9 


1 29 


1 47 


14 


Th. 


6 58 


5 32 


10 34 


1 30 


14 


10 15 


4.9 


2 5 


2 23 


15 


Fri. 


6 57 


5 33 


10 36 


1 32 


14 


11 16 


5.9 


2 42 


3 1 


16 


Sat. 


G 55 


5 34 


10 39 


1 35 


14 


morn 


6.9 


3 21 


3 43 


17 


SU. 


6 54 


5 35 


10 41 


1 37 


14 


18 


7.9 


4 7 


4 33 


IS 


Mon. 


6 52 


5 37 


10 45 


1 41 


14 


1 19 


8.9 


5 


5 30 


19 


Tu. 


6 51 


5 38 


10 47 


1 43 


14 


2 19 


9.9 


6 2 


6 35 


20 


We. 


6 49 


5 39 


10 50 


I 46 


14 


3 17 


10.9 


7 8 


7 41 


21 


Th. 


6 43 


5 40 


10 52 


1 48 


14 


4 8 


11.9 


8 14 


8 46 


22 


Fri. 


6 46 


5 42 


10 56 


1 52 


14 


4 57 


12.9 


9 15 


9 43 


23 


Sat. 


6 45 


5 43 


10 58 


1 54 


14 


5 33 


13,9 


10 10 


10 36 


24 


SU. 


6 43 


5 44 


11 1 


1 57 


13 


6 12 


14.9 


11 1 


11 23 


25 


Mon. 


6 42 


5 45 


11 3 


1 59 


13 


rises 


15.9 


11 44 




26 


Tu. 


6 40 


5 47 


11 7 


2 3 


13 


7 53 


16.9 


6 


28 


27 


We. 


6 39 


5 48 


11 9 


2 5 


13 


9 17 


17.9 


51 


1 14 


23 


l'h. 


G 37 


5 49 


11 12 


2 8 


13 


10 38 


18.9 


1 37 


2 



! 








1861. MARCH. 31 Days. 














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PHASES OP THE MOON. 




Last Quarter, 3d. 3h. 32m. E. 1 First Quarter, 19d. Oh. 48m. E. 






New Moon, lid. 7h. 52. M. | Full Moon, 26d. 9h. 31m. M. 






Moon's Apogee, 13th day, at 7h P. M. 






Moon's Pe'rigree, 26th day, at 7h P. M. 




D. 


Days I SUN Len'h Days S. 


Moon , M , | High Tide. 

r. & s. ?L S Morn., Eve. 
h. m. 1 A ° e ' 'h. m.lh.m. 




of 


of jBis. 


Sets. Days, jincr. S. 






M. 


Week h. m 


h.m. h. m.jh.m.|m. 




1 


Fri. 


6 36 


5 50 


11 14 


2 10 


12 


11 53 


19.9 


2 25 


2 51 




2 


Sat. 


6 34 


5 52 


11 18 


2 14 


12 


morn 


20.9 


3 18 


3 46 






3 


SU. 


6 32 


5 53 


11 21 


2 17 


12 


1 6 


21.9 


4 17 


4 49 






4 


Mon. 


6 31 


5 54 


11 23 


2 19 


12 


2 14 


22.9 


5 23 


5 57 






5 


Tu. 


6 29 


5 55 


11 26 


2 2 


12 


3 14 


23.9 


6 32 


7 6 






6 


We. 


6 27 


5 56 


11 29 


2 25 


11 


4 4 


24.9 


7 38 


8 9 






7 


Th. 


6 26 


5 57 


11 31 


2 27 


11 


4 45 


25.9 


8 38 


9 4 






8 


Fri. 


6 24 


5 59 


11 35 


2 31 


11 


5 17 


26.9 


9 2 9 


9 52 






9 


Sat. 


6 22 


6 


U 38 


2 34 


11 


5 44 


27.9 


10 13 


10 33 






10 


SU. 


6 21 


6 1 


11 40 


2 36 


10 


6 9 


2S.9 


10 52 


11 11 






11 


Mon. 


6 19 


6 2 


11 43 


2 39 


10 


sets. 


0.1 


11 25 


11 44 






12 


Tu. 


6 17 


6 3 


11 46 


2 42 


10 


7 8 


1.1 




1 






13 


We. 


6 15 


6 4 


11 49 


2 45 


to 


8 7 


2.1 


19 


36 






14 


Th. 


6 14 


6 6 


11 52 


2 48 


9 


9 8 


3.1 


54 


1 12 






15 


Fri. 


6 12 


6 7 


11 55 


2 51 


9 


10 7 


4.1 


1 31 


I 50 






16 


Sat. 


6 10 


6 8 


11 58 


2 54 


9 


11 10 


5.1 


2 10 


2 31 






17 


SU. 


6 9 


6 9 


12 


2 56 


8 


morn 


6.1 


2 53 


3 15 






18 


Mon. 


6 7 


6 10 


12 3 


2 59 


8 


7 


7.1 


3 39 


4 6 






19 


Tu. 


6 5 


6 11 


12 6 


3 2 


8 


1 6 


8.1 


4 35 


5 5 






20 


We. 


6 3 


6 12 


12 9 


3 5 


8 


I 57 


9.1 


5 36 


6 8 






21 


Th. 


6 2 


6 14 


12 12 


3 8 


7 


2 46 


10. 1 


6 41 


7 14 






22 


Fri. 


6 


6 15 


12 15 


3 11 


7 


3 29 


11.1 


7 46 


8 17 






23 


Sat. 


5 58 


6 16 


12 18 


3 14 


7 


4 5 


12.1 


8 47 


9 15 






24 


SU. 


5 56 


6 17 


12 21 


3 17 


6 


4 37 


13.1 


9 41 


10 7 






23 


Mon. 


5 55 


6 18 


12 23 


3 19 


6 


5 6 


14.1 


10 32 


10 56 






26 


Tu. 


5 53 


6 19 


12 26 


3 22 


6 


rises. 


15.1 


11 19 


11 41 






27 


We. 


5 51 


6 20 


12 29 


3 25 


5 


8 11 


16.1 




4 






28 


Th. 


5 49 


6 21 


12 32 


3 28 


5 


9 36 


17.1 


27 


51 






29 


Fri. 


5 4S 


6 23 


12 35 


3 31 


5 


10 51 


18.1 


1 16 


1 42 






30 


Sat. 


5 46 


6 24 


12 38 


3 34 


4 


morn 


19.1 


2 9 


2 37 






31 


SU. 


5 44 


6 25 


12 41 


3 37 


1 


1 


20.1 


3 5 


3 34 

















1861. APRIL. 30 Days. 




/ 








PHASES OP THE MOON. 






Last Quarter, 2d. lh. 40m. M. 1 First Quarter, 18d. 2h. lm. M. 






New Moon, lOd. 2h. 11m. M- | Full Moon, 24d. 5h. 39m. E. 






Moon's Apogee, 9th day, at lOh P. M. 






Moon's Perigree, 24th day, at 5h A. M. 




D 


Days 


SUN Len'hDays 


S. 


Moon 


M , High Tide. 




of 


of 


His. iSets. days. liner. 


s. 


r. & s. 


Z.Morn. 
Age h. m. 


Eve. 






M 


Week 


l. m.'h. m. h. m. h. m. 


m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 




1 


Mon. 


5 42 


6 26 


12 44 


3 40 


4 


1 6 


21.1 


4 5 


4 36 




2 


Tu. 


5 41 


6 27 


12 46 


3 42 


4 


2 


22.1 


5 7 


5 39 






3 


We. 


4 39 


6 28 


12 49 


3 45 


3 


2 44 


23.1 


6 11 


6 42 






4 


Th. 


5 37 


6 29 


12 52 


3 48 


3 


3 19 


24 1 


7 11 


7 39 






5 


Fri. 


5 35 


6 30 


12 55 


3 51 


3 


3 56 


25.1 


8 5 


8 30 






6 


Sat. 


5 34 


6 32 


12 58 


3 54 


2 


4 9 


26.1 


8 53 


9 15 






7 


su. 


5 32 


6 33 


13 1 


3 57 


2 


4 31 


27.1 


9 36 


9 57 






8 


Mon. 


5 30 


6 34 


13 4 


4 


2 


4 53 


28.1 


10 16 


10 35 






9 


Tu. 


5 29 


6 35 


13 6 


4 2 


1 


5 15 


29 1 


10 54 


11 12 






10 


We. 


5 27 


6 36 


13 9 


4 5 


1 


sets. 


0.4 


11 30 


11 47 






11 


Th. 


5 25 


6 37 


13 12 


4 8 


1 


8 1 


1.4 




5 






12 


Fri. 


5 24 


6 38 


13 14 


4 10 


1 


9 2 


2.4 


24 


44 






13 


Sat. 


5 22 


6 39 


13 17 


4 13 





10 2 


3.4 


1 4 


1 25 






14 


SU. 


5 21 


6 40 


13 19 


4 15 





10 59 


4.4 


1 46 


2 9 






15 


Mon. 


5 19 


6 42 


13 23 


4 19 


F 


11 53 


5.4 


2 32 


2 56 






16 


Tu. 


5 17 


6 43 


13 26 


4 22 





morn 


6.4 


3 20 


3 46 






17 


We. 


5 16 


6 '44 


13 28 


4 24 


1 


40 


7.4 


4 13 


4 42 






18 


Th. 


5 14 


6 45 


13 31 


4 27 


1 


1 23 


8.4 


5 11 


5 41 






19 


Fri. 


5 13 


6 46 


13 33 


4 29 


1 


2 


9.4 


6 12 


6 43 






20 


Sat. 


5 11 


6 47 


13 36 


4 32 


1 


2 33 


10.4 


7 14 


7 44 






21 


SU. 


5 10 


6 48 


13 38 


4 34 


1 


3 2 


11.4 


8 13 


8 41 






22 


Mon 


5 8 


6 49 


13 41 


4 37 


2 


3 30 


12 4 


9 9 


9 36 






23 


Tu. 


5 7 


6 50 


13 43 


4 39 


2 


3 58' 


13.4 


10 2 


10 28 






24 


We. 


5 5 


6 52 


13 47 


4 43 


2 


rises. 


14 4 


10 54 


11 19 






25 


Th. 


5 4 


6 53 


13 49 


4 45 


2 


8 22 


15.4 


11 44 








26 


Fri. 


5 2 


6 54 


13 52 


4 48 


2 


9 40 


16.4 


9 


35 






27 


Sat. 


5 1 


6 55 


13 54 


4 50 


3 


10 49 


17.4 


1 2 


1 30 






28 


SU. 


4 59 


6 56 


13 57 


4 53 


3 


11 49 


18.4 


1 58 


2 25 






29 


Mon 


4 58 


6 57 


13 59 


4 55 


3 


morn 


19 4 


2 52 


3 19 






30 


Tu. 


4 56 


6 58 


14 2 


4 58 


3 


38 


20.4 


3 46 


4 14 





















1861. MAY. 


31 Days. 












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^^iH 


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PHASES OP THE 


MOON. 




Last Quarter, Id. 2 h. 48m. E. 1 Full Moon, 24d. lh. 22m. M. 






New Moon. 9d. 6h. 23m. E. ] Last Quarter, 31d. 5h,41m. M. 






First Quarter, 17d.llh. 19m. M. | 








Moon's Apogee, 7th day 


at 2h A. M. 






Moon's Perigree, 22d da 


f, at lh P. M. 




D. 


Days 


SUN 


Len'h 


Days 


S. 


Moon 


M's. 


High Tide. 




of 
M 


of 

Week 


Kis. 
h. m. 


Sets. 
h. m. 

6 59 


days, 
h. m. 


incr. 
h. m. 

5 


F, 

m, 


r. & s. 
h. m. 


Age. 
2i~4 


Morn, 
h. m. 


Eve. 
h. m. 

5 9 




We. 


4 55 


14 4 


T 


1 16 


4 41 




2 


Th. 


4 54 


7 


14 6 


5 2 


3 


1 45 


22.4 


5 37 


6 5 






3 


Fri. 


4 52 


7 I 


14 9 


5 5 


3 


2 11 


23.4 


6 31 


6 57 






4 


Sat. 


4 51 


7 3 


14 12 


5 8 


3 


2 34 


24.4 


7 22 


7 46 






5 


SU. 


4 50 


7 4 


14 14 


5 10 


4 


2 55 


25.4 


8 9 


8 3o 






6 


Mon. 


4 49 


7 5 


14 16 


5 12 


4 


3 21 


26.4 


8 54 


9 16 






7 


Tu. 


4 47 


7 6 


14 19 


5 15 


4 


3 42 


27.4 


9 37 


9 58 






8 


We. 


4 46 


7 7 


14 21 


5 17 


4 


4 5 


28.4 


10 19 


10 39 






9 


Th. 


4 45 


7 8 


14 23 


5 19 


4 


sets. 


29.4 


11 


11 20 






10 


Fri. 


4 44 


7 9 


14 25 


5 21 


4 


7 57 


0.7 


11 40 








11 


Sat. 


4 43 


7 10 


14 27 


5 23 


4 


8 54 


1.7 


1 


22 






12 


SU. 


4 41 


7 11 


14 30 


5 26 


4 


9 48 


2.7 


43 


1 5 






13 


Mon. 


4 40 


7 12 


14 32 


5 28 


4 


10 43 


3.7 


1 23 


1 51 






14 


Tu. 


4 39 


7 13 


14 34 


5 30 


4 


11 22 


4.7 


2 15 


2 38 






. 15 


We. 


4 33 


7 14 


14 36 


5 32 


4 


morn 


5.7 


3 2 


3 26 






16 


Th. 


4 37 


7 15 


14 33 


5 34 


4 


1 


6.7 


3 51 


4 18 






17 


Fri. 


4 36 


7 16 


14 40 


5 36 


4 


32 


7.7 


4 45 


5 13 






18 


Sal. 


4 35 


7 17 


14 42 


5 38 


4 


1 


8.7 


5 41 


6 10 






19 


SU. 


4 34 


7 18 


14 44 


5 40 


4 


1 28 


9.7 


6 40 


7 9 






20 


Mon. 


4 34 


7 19 


14 45 


5 41 


4 


1 55 


10.7 


7 39 


8 9 






21 


Tu. 


4 33 


7 20 


14 47 


5 43 


4 


2 24 


11.7 


8 39 


9 9 






22 


We. 


4 32 


7 21 


14 49 


5 45 


4 


2 57 


12.7 


9 3S 


10 7 






23 


Th. 


4 31 


7 22 


14 51 


5 47 


4 


3 34 


13.7 


10 35 


I 3 






24 


Fri. 


4 30 


7 23 


14 53 


5 49 


3 


rises. 


14.7 


11 30 


11 56 






2.5 


Sat. 


4 29 


7 24 


11 5.5 


5 51 


3 


9 32 


15.7 




22 






26 


SU. 


4 23 


7 25 


14 57 


5 53 


3 


10 26 


16.7 


48 


1 15 






27 


Mon. 


4 2 


7 26 


14 58 


5 54 


3 


11 11 


17.7 


1 42 


2 8 






2- 


Tu. 


4 2^ 


7 27 


14 59 


5 55 


3 


11 35 


18.7 


2 32 


2 56 






29 


We. 


4 27 


7 28 


15 1 


5 57 


3 


morn. 


19.7 


3 19 


3 42 






30 


Th. 


4 26 


7 28 


15 2 


5 58 


3 


13 


20.7 


4 6 


4 30 






31 


Fri. 


4 26 


7 29 


15 3 


5 59 


3 


37 


21.7 


5 54 


5 18 













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1861. JUNE. 30 Days. 




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i 


PHASES OF THE MOON. 




New Moon. 8d. 8h. 54m. M. 1 Full Moon. 22d. 9h. 30m. Iff. 






First Quart er } 15d. 5h. 32m. E. | Last Quarter. 29d. 9h. 50m. E. 






Moon's Apogee, 3d da}', al 5h P. M. 






Moon's Perigree, 1 9th' day. at llh A. M. 




D. 


Days 


SUN 


Len'h Days B. Moon ^p,. 


High Tide. 




of 


of* 


Bis. 


Sets. 


Days.incr. F. r. & 8. 


Acrp 


Morn. 


Eve. 






M 
"7 


Week 
Sat. 


h. m. 
4~25 


h. m. 
F~30 


h. m. h. m. m. h. m. 


agv. 


h. m. 

5 42 


h. m. 
~6 7 




15 5 6 12 


59 


22.7 




2 


su. 


4 25 


7 3L 


15 6 6 2 2 


1 21 




6 31 


6 56 






3 


Mon. 


4 25 


7 31 


15 6 2 2 


1 34 


24.7 


7 21 


7 46 






4 


Tu. 


4 24 


7 32 


15 86 4 


2 


2 7 


25.7 


8 11 


8 35 






5 


We. 


4 24 


7 33 


15 96 5 


2 


2 35 


26.7 


8 59 


9 22 






6 


Th. 


4 24 


7 33 


15 96 5 


2 


3 19 


27.7 


9 46 


10 10 






7 


Fri. 


4 23 


7 34 


15 11 6 7 1 3 43 




10 34 


10 57 






8 


Sat. 


4 23 


7 35 


15 12 6 8 1 sets. 


29.7 


11 19 


11 41 






9 


SU. 


4 23 


7 35 


15 12 6 SI 


8 35 


1.1 




3 






10 


Mon. 


4 22 


7 36 


5 14 6 10 


I 


9 20 


2.1 


26 


49 






11 


Tu. 


4 22 


7 30 


15 14 6 10 


1 


9 59 


3.1 


1 12 


I 35 






12 


We. 


4 22 


7 37 


15 15 6 11 





10 32 


4.1 


I 57 


2 20 






13 


Th. 


4 22 


7 37 


15 15 11 





11 1 


5.1 


2 42 


3 4 






14 


Fri. 


4 22 


7 33 


15 100 12 


11 30 


6.1 


3 27 


3 51 






15 


Sat. 


4 22 


7 33 


15 100 12 S. 


11 50 


7.1 


4 10 


4 42 






16 


SU. 


4 22 


7 33 


15 100 12 


mom. 


8.1 


5 9 


5 3S 






17 


Mon. 


4 22 


7 39 


15 17 6 13 1 


21 


9.1 


6 5 


6 40 






18 


Tu. 


4 22 


7 39 


15 17 


6 13 1 


53 


10.1 


7 12 


7 44 






19 


We. 
Th. 


4 23 


7 39 


15 17 


6 13 1 


1 27 


U. 1 


- 17 


8 49 






20 


4 23 


7 40 


15 17 


13 1 


2 8 


12.1 


9 21 


9 52 






21 


Fri. 


4 23 


7 40 


15 17 


13 1 


2 57 


13.1 


10 23 


10 52 






22 


Sat. 


4 2 : 


7 40 


15 17 


13 2 


rises. 


14.1 


li 19 


11 44 






23 


SU. 


4 23 


7 40 


15 17 


dec. 


2 


8 3S 


15.1 




9 






24 


Mon. 


4 24 


7 40 


15 16 


1 


2 


9 41 


16.1 


34 








25 


Tu. 


4 24 


7 40 


15 10 1 


2 


10 10 


17.1 


I 20 


1 42 






26 


We. 


4 24 


7 40 


15 15 1 


3 


10 36 


18.1 


2 4 


2 26 






27 


Th. 


4 25 


7 40 


15 15 2 


3 


10 53 


19.1 


2 46 


3 5 






28 


Fri. 


4 25 


7 40 


15 150 2 


3 


11 22 


20.1 


3 25 


3 46 






29 




1 26 


7 40 


15 14 3 


3 


11 45 


21.1 


4 7 


4 29 






39 


SU. 


4 20 




15 140 3 
1 


3 


morn. 


«,., 


4 53 


5 17 






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1861. JULY. 31 Days. 










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PHASES OP THE MOON. 






New Moon, Id. 9h. 28m. E. 1 Full Moon, 21d. 7h. 22m. E. 






First Quarter, 14d. lOh. 3m. E. | Last Quarter, 29d. 3h. 7m. E. 






Moon's Apogee, 1st day, al 3h P. M. 






Moon's Perigree, ICth day, at 3h A. M. 






Moon's Apogee, 29th day, at 4h A. M. 




D. 


Davs 


SUN 


Len'h Days S. Moon Ar ,, Hig-h Tide. 




of 


of 


Ris. 


Sets. 


Days. deer. 


S. r. & s. ;_ Morn. 


Eve. 






M. 


Week 
Mori. 


h. m. 
4~27 


h. m. 


h. m.h.m. 


m. 


h. m. 


~5- h . m. 


h. m. 




fib 


15 13 4 


4 


D 8 


23.1 5 42 


6 7 




2 


Tu. 


4 27 


7 40 


15 13 4 


4 


35 


24.1 


6 34 


7 1 






3 


We. 


4 23 


7 40 


15 12 5 


4 


1 5 


25.1 


7 28 


7 56 






4 


Th. 


4 23 


7 40 


15 12 5 


4 


1 33 


26.1 


8 24 


8 51 






5 


Fri. 


4 29 


7 39 


15 10 7 


4 


2 21 


27.1 


9 18 


9 45 






G 


Sat. 


4 29 


7 39 


15 10 7 


4 


3 8 


23.1 


10 11 


10 37 






7 


SU. 


4 30 


7 39 


15 90 8 


5 


sets. 29.1 11 1 


11 25 






3 


Mon. 


4 3i 


7 33 


15 70 10 


5 


7 57 


0.6 11 47 








9 


Tu. 


4 3i 


7 38 


15 7 


10 


5 


8 33 


1.6 


9 


31 






10 


We. 


4 32 


7 3? 


15 5 


12 


5 


9 4 


2.6 


52 


1 13 






11 


Th. 


4 33 


7 37 


15 4 


13 


5 


9 33 


3.6 


1 35 


1 57 






12 


Fri. 


4 34 


7 37 


15 3 


14 


5 


9 59 


4.6 


2 19 


2 41 






13 


Sat. 


4 35 


7 36 


15 1 


16 


5 


10 28 


5.6 


3 3 


3 26 






H 


SU. 


4 35 


7 35 


15 


17 


6 


10 55 


6.6 


3 50 


4 16 






15 


Mon. 


4 36 


7 35 


14 590 18 


6 


11 26 


7.6 


4 43 


5 13 




— 


16 


Tu. 


4 37 


7 34 


14 57 2U 


6 


morn 


8.6 


5 45 


6 19 






17 


We. 


4 33 


7 33 


14 55 22 


6 


3 


9.6 


6 55 


7 31 






18 


Th. 


4 39 


7 33 


14 54 23 


G 


43 


10.6 


8 5 


8 39 






19 


Fri. 


4 39 


7 32 


14 530 24 





I 40 


11.6 


9 12 


9 43 






20 


Sat. 


4 40 


7 31 


14 51 20 


6 


2 41 


12.6 


10 12 


10 39 






21 


SU. 


4 41 


7 30 


14 49 m 2- 


6 


rises. 


13.6 


11 5 


11 28 






22 


Mon. 


4 42 


7 29 


14 47 30 


6 


8 13 


14.6 


11 50 








2:j 


Tu. 


4 43 


7 23 


14 45 32 


6 


8 38 


15.6 


11 


32 






24 


We. 


4 44 


7 £8 


14 44 33 


6 


9 1 


16.6 


52 


1 12 






2:, 


Th. 


1 45 


7 27 


14 42 35 


6 


9 24 


17.6 


1 31 


1 50 






2,; 


Fri. 


4 46 


7 26 


14 400 37 


6 


9 47 


18.6 


2 9 


2 27 






27 


Sat. 


4 47 


7 25 


1 1 380 39 


6 


10 10 


19.6 


2 46 


3 5 






28 


SU. 


4 48 


7 24 


14 360 41 


6 


10 34 


20.6 


3 2.-, 


3 46 






29 


Mon. 


4 49 


7 23 


14 34 43 


6 


11 3 


21.6 


4 8 


4 31 






30 


Tu. 


4 50 


7 21 


14 31 46 


6 


11 35 


22.6 


4 56 


5 53 






31 


We. 


4 51 


7 20 


11 29|0 48 


6 


morn 


23.6 


5 51 


6 20 

















18B1. AUGUST. 31 Days. 




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PHASES OP THE MOON. 




Full Moon, 20d. 7h. 7m. Iff. 1 New Moon, 6d. 8h. 10m. M. 






Last Quarter, 28d. 8h. 9. M. | First Quarter, 13d. 6h. 31m. M. 






Moon's Perigree, 10th day, at 9h A. M. 






Moon's Apogee, 25th day, at lln P. M. 




D. 


Days 


SUN. |Len'h 


Days 


S. 


Moon 


M's 
Age. 


1 High Tide. 




of 


of 


Ris. 


Sets. Days. 


dec. 


s. 


r. & s. 


Morn. 


Eve. 






M 


Week. 


h.m. 


h. m. h. m. 


h. m. 


in. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 






1 


Th. 


4~52 


7~T9!lT~27 


50 


~6 


14 


2T0 


6 50 


7 21 






2 


Fri. 


4 53 


7 18 14 25 


52 


6 


58 


25.6 


7 52 


8 23 






3 


Sat. 


4 54 


7 17 14 23 


54 


6 


1 30 


26.6 


8 52 


9 20 






4 


Su. 


4 55 


7 16 14 21 


56 


6 


2 49 


27.6 


9 47 


10 14 






5 


Mon. 


4 56 


7 14 14 18 


59 


6 


3 50 


28.6 


10 39 


11 3 






6 


Tu. 


4 57 


7 1314 16 


1 1 


6 


sets. 


0.2 


11 25 


11 47 






7 


We. 


4 58 


7 12 14 14 


1 3 


5 


7 33 


1.2 




8 






8 


Th. 


4 59 


7 11 


14 12 


1 5 


5 


8 


2.2 


29 


50 






9 


Fri. 


5 1 


7 £ 


14 8 


1 9 


5 


8 23 


3.2 


1 11 


1 33 






10 


Sat. 


5 2 


7 g 


14 6 


1 11 


5 


8 56 


4.2 


1 55 


2 13 






11 


Su. 


5 3 


7 714 4 


1 13 


5 


9 29 


5.2 


2 41 


3 5 






12 


Mon. 


5 4 


7 5 14 1 


1 16 


5 


10 3 


6.2 


3 30 


3 53 






13 


Tu. 


5 5 


7 4 13 59 


1 18 


5 


10 45 


7.2 


4 27 


4 59 






14 


We. 


5 6 


7 213 56 


1 21 


4 


11 37 


8.2 


5 33 


6 9 






15 


Th. 


5 7 


7 1 


13 54 


1 23 


4 


morn. 


9.2 


6 46 


7 22 






16 


Fri. 


5. 8 


6 59 


13 51 


1 26 


4 


33 


10.2 


7 57 


8 29 






17 


Sat. 


5 9 


6 5S 


13 49 


1 28 


4 


1 36 


11.2 


9 


9 29 






18 


Su. 


5 10 


6 56 


13 46 


1 31 


4 


2 39 


12.2 


9 56 


10 20 






19 


Mon. 


5 11 


6 55 13 44 


1 33 


3 


3 47 


13.2 


10 44 


11 5 






20 


Tu. 


5 12 


6 5313 41 


1 36 


3 


rises. 


14 2 


11 25 


11 44 






21 


We. 


5 13 


6 52 13 39 


I 38 


2 


7 23 


15.2 




2 






22 


Th. 


5 14 


6 50 13 36 


I 41 


2 


7 48 


16.2 


20 


33 






23 


Fri. 


5 15 


6 49 13 34 


1 43 


2 


8 12 


17.2 


56 


1 11 






24 


Sat. 


5 16 


6 47 13 31 


1 46 


2 


8 36 


18.2 


1 32 


1 50 






25 


Su. 


5 17 


6 46 13 29 


1 48 


2 


9 3 


19.2 


2 9 


2 29 






26 


Mon. 


5 19 


6 44 13 25 


1 52 


2 


9 33 


20.2 


2 49 


3 9 


1 1 




27 


Tu. 


5 20 


6 42 13 22 


1 55 


1 


10 9 


21.2 


3 31 


3 55 






28 


We. 


5 21 


6 41 13 20 


1 57 


1 


10 26 


22.2 


4 20 


4 47 






29 


Th. 


5 22 


6 39 13 17 


2 C 


1 


11 39 


23.2 


5 61 


5 47 






30 


Fri. 


5 23 


6 37 13 14 


2 3 





morn. 


24.2 


6 18 


6 50 






31 


Sat. 


5 24 


6 35 13 11 


2 6 





34 


25-2 


7 22 


7 53 











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1861. SEPTEMBER. 30 Days. 














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• 




PHASES 


OF THE MOON. 




New Moon, 4d. 5h. 28ra. E 


. 1 Full Moon, 18d. 9h. 17m. E. 






First Quarter, lid. 8h. 32m 


M. Last Quarter, 27d. lh. 40m. M. 






Moon's Perigree, 6th day, at 8h P. M. 






Moon's Apogee 


, 22d day, at 3h P. M. 




D 


Days 


SUN. 


Len'h 


Days 


8. 


Moon 


M's 
Age. 


High Tide. 




of 


of 


Ris. 


Sets. 


Days, 
h. m. 


dec. 


F. 


r. & s. 


Morn. 


Eve. 






M 


Week 


h. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


m. 


h. m 


h. m. 


h. m. 






~1 


Su. 


5~25 


G 34 


13 9 


2 8 


F\ 


1 33 


26.2 


8 23 


8~~ 53 






2 


Mon. 


5 26 


6 32 


13 6 


2 11 


1 


2 39 


27.2 


9 21 


9 47 






3 


Tu. 


5 27 


6 30 


13 3 


2 14 


1 


3 47 


28.2 


10 12 


10 36 






4 


We. 


5 28 


6 29 


13 1 


2 16 


1 


sets. 


29.2 


10 59 


11 22 






5 


Th. 


5 29 


6 27 


12 58 


2 19 


2 


6 29 


0.8 


11 43 








6 


Fri. 


5 30 


6 25 


12 55 


2 22 


2 


6 59 


1.8 


4 


26 






7 


Sat. 


5 31 


6 24 


12 53 


2 24 


2 


7 27 


2.8 


48 


1 11 






8 


Su. 


5 32 


6 22 


12 50 


2 27 


3 


8 3 


3.8 


1 35 


2 






9 


Mon. 


5 33 


6 20 


12 47 


2 30 


3 


8 44 


4.8 


2 25 


2 52 






10 


Tu. 


5 34 


6 18 


12 44 


2 33 


3 


9 33 


5.8 


3 19 


3 48 






11 


We. 


5 36 


6 17 


12 41 


2 36 


4 


10 28 


6.8 


4 18 


4 51 






12 


Th. 


5 37 


6 15 


12 38 


2 39 


4 


11 31 


7.8 


5 26 


6 1 






13 


Fri. 


5 38 


6 13 


12 35 


2 42 


4 


morn. 


8.8 


6 36 


7 10 






14 


Sat. 


5 39 


6 11 


12 32 


2 45 


5 


34 


9.8 


7 42 


8 12 






15 


Su. 


5 40 


6 10 


12 30 


3 47 


5 


1 39 


10.8 


8 40 


9 5 




~^ 


16 


Mon. 


5 41 


6 8 


12 27 


2 50 


5 


2 44 


11.8 


9 29 


9 52 






17 


Tu. 


5 42 


6 6 


12 24 


2 53 


6 


3 49 


12.8 


10 14 


10 34 






18 


We. 


5 43 


6 4 


12 21 


2 56 


6 


rises. 


13.8 


10 54 


11 12 






19 


Th. 


5 44 


6 2 


12 18 


2 59 


6 


6 18 


14.8 


11 30 


11 48 






20 


Fri. 


5 45 


6 1 


12 16 


3 1 


7 


7 5 


15.8 




5 






21 


Sat. 


5 46 


5 59 


12 13 


3 4 


7 


7 34 


16.8 


22 


40 






22 


Su. 


5 47 


5 57 


12 10 


3 7 


7 


8 8 


17.8 


59 


1 18 






23 


Mon. 


5 48 


5 55 


12 7 


3 10 


S 


8 45 


18.8 


1 38 


1 59 






24 


Tu. 


5 49 


5 54 


12 5 


3 12 


8 


9 33 


19.8 


2 20 


2 41 






25 


We. 


5 50 


5 52 


12 2 


3 15 


8 


10 24 


20.8 


3 3 


3 27 






26 


Th. 


5 52 


5 50 


11 58 


3 19 


9 


11 20 


21.8 


3 52 


4 18 






27 


Fri. 


5 53 


5 48 


11 55 


3 22 


9 


morn. 


22.8 


4 47 


5 17 






28 


Sat. 


5 54 


5 47 


11 53 


3 24 


9 


22 


23.8 


5 47 


6 18 






29 


Su. 


5 55 


5 45 


11 50 


3 27 


to 


1 27 


24.8 


C 49 


7 20 






30 


Mon. 


5 56 


5 43 


11 47 


3 30 


10 




25.8 


7 50 


8 20 























1861. OCTOBER. 31 Days. 












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«*> J J 






PHASES 


OP THE MOON. 




New Moon, 4d. 8h. 13m. M 


1 Full Moon, 19d. lh. 54m. E. 






First Quarter, lOd. 5h. 25m 


. E. Last Quarter, 26d. 5h. 10m. E. 






Moon's Perigree, 5th day, at lh A. M. 






Moon's Apogee 


, 20th day, at lh A. M. 




D 


Days 


SUN. 


Len'h 


Days 


S. 


Moon 


M's 
Age. 

2oT8 


High Tide. 




of 


of 


Etis. 


Sets. 


Days. 


dec. 


F. 


r. & s. 


Morn. 


Eve. 






M 

1 


Week 
Tu. 


a. m. 
5 57 


h. m. 
5 41 


h. m. 


h. m. 


m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 

8~4S 


h. m. 
!Tl4 




11 44 


3 33 


IT) 


2 36 




2 


We. 


5 58 


5 40 


11 42 


3 35 


u 


4 4 


27.8 


9 40 


10 5 






3 


Th. 


5 59 


5 33 


11 39 


3 38 


n 


5 


28.8 


10 30 


10 54 






4 


Fn. 


6 


5 36 


11 36 


3 41 


it 


sets. 


0.4 


11 17 


11 40 






5 


Sat. 


6 1 


5 35 


11 34 


3 43 


12 


5 57 


1.4 




3 






6 


Su. 


6 3 


5 33 


11 30 


3 47 


12 


6 37 


2.4 


27 


53 






7 


Mon. 


6 4 


5 31 


11 27 


3 50 


12 


7 26 


3.4 


1 19 


1 46 




8 


Tu. 


6 5 


5 29 


11 24 


3 53 


13 


8 22 


4.4 


2 14 


2 42 




9 


We. 


6 6 


5 28 


11 22 


3 55 


13 


9 24 


5.4 


3 10 


3 39 






10 


Th. 


6 7 


5 26 


11 19 


3 58 


13 


10 28 


6.4 


4 9 


4 40 






11 


Fri. 


6 9 


5 25 


11 16 


4 1 


13 


11 34 


7.4 


5 12 


5 43 






12 


Sat. 


6 10 


5 23 


11 13 


4 4 


14 


morn. 


8.4 


6 14 


6 44 






13 


Su. 


6 11 


5 21 


11 10 


4 7 


14 


39 


9.4 


7 13 


7 40 






14 


Mon 


6 12 


5 20 


11 8 


4 9 


14 


1 42 


10-4 


8 6 


8 30 






15 


Tu. 


6 13 


5 18 


11 5 


4 12 


14 


2 45 


11.4 


8 54 


9 16 






16 


We. 


6 14 


5 16 


11 2 


4 15 


14 


3 46 


12.4 


9 38 


9 58 






17 


Th. 


6 16 


5 15 


10 59 


4 18 


15 


4 42 


13.4 


10 18 


10 38 






18 


Fri. 


6 17 


5 13 


10 56 


4 21 


15 


rises. 


14.4 


10 58 


11 16 






19 


Sat. 


6 18 


5 12 


10 54 


4 23 


15 


5 15 


15.4 


11 34 


11 52 






20 


Su. 


6 19 


5 10 


10 51 


4 26 


15 


6 8 


16.4 




11 






21 


Mon. 


6 20 


5 9 


10 49 


4 2S 


15 


6 45 


17.4 


31 


51 






22 


Tu. 


6 21 


5 7 


10 46 


4 31 


15 


7 30 


18.4 


1 12 


1 34 






23 


We. 


6 22 


5 6 


10 44 


4 33 


16 


8 18 


19.4 


1 56 


2 18 






24 


Th. 


6 24 


5 4 


10 40 


4 37 


16 


9 12 


20.4 


2 41 


3 4 






25 


Fri. 


6 25 


5 3 


10 33 


4 39 


16 


10 11 


21.4 


3 23 


3 53 






26 


Sat. 


6 26 


5 1 


10 35 


4 42 


16 


11 13 


22.4 


4 19 


4 47 






27 


Su. 


6 27 


5 


10 33 


4 44 


16 


morn. 


23.4 


5 15 


5 44 






23 


Mon 


6 29 


4 59 


10 30 


4 47 


16 


18 


24.4 


6 13 


6 42 






29 


Tu. 


6 30 


4 57 


10 27 


4 50 


16 


1 26 


25.4 


7 12 


7 42 






30 


We. 


6 31 


4 56 


10 25 


4 52 


16 


2 34 


26.4 


8 11 


8 39 






31 


Th. 


6 32 


4 55 


10 23 


4 54 


16 


3 49 


27.4 


9 7 


9 34 













1861. 



NOVEMBER. 



Days 30. 




PHASES OE THE MOON. 
New Moon, 2d. llh. 20m. M. I Full Moon, 17d. 8h. 23m. M. 
First Quarter. 9d. 6h. Om. M. | Last Quarter, 25d. 8h. 26m. M . 

Moon's Perigree, 2d day, at Oh P. M. 

Moon's Apogee, 16th day, at In A. M. 

Moon's Perigree, 31st day, at Oh A. M. 



D 


Days 


SUN 


Len'h 


Days 


8, 


Moon 


M' s 


High Tide. 


of 


of 


Ris. 


Sets. 


Days. 


dec. 


F. 


r. & s. 




Morn. 


Eve. 


M. 


Week. 


h. m. 
6^4 


h. m. 
4 53 


h. 

10 


o. 

19 


h. 

4 


m, 
58 


m. 
16 


h. m. 


28.4 


h. 


m, 


h. m. 


1 


b'r. 


5 5 


10 


1 


10 28 


2 


Sat. 


6 35 


4 52 


10 


1? 


5 





16 


sets. 


29.4 


10 


55 


11 21 


3 


Su. 


6 36 


4 51 


10 


15 


5 


2 


16 


5 10 


1.0 


11 


46 




4 


Mon. 


6 37 


4 50 


10 


13 


5 


4 


16 


6 6 


2.0 





12 


40 


5 


Tu. 


6 39 


4 48 


10 


9 


5 


8 


16 


7 8 


3.0 


I 


8 


1 36 


6 


We. 


6 40 


4 47 


10 


7 


5 


10 


16 


8 15 


4.0 


2 


3 


2 30 


7 


Th. 


6 41 


4 46 


10 


5 


5 


12 


16 


9 23 


5.0 


2 


■37 


3 24 


8 


Fri. 


6 42 


4 45 


10 


3 


5 


14 


16 


10 30 


6.0 


3 


51 


4 18 


9 


Sat. 


6 44 


4 44 


10 





5 


17 


16 


11 36 


7.0 


4 


45 


5 12 


10 


Su. 


6 45 


4 43 


9 


58 


5 


19 


16 


morn. 


8.0 


5 


39 


6 6 


11 


Mon. 


6 46 


4 42 


9 


5 6 


5 


21 


16 


39 


9.0 


6 


32 


6 58 


12 


Tu. 


6 48 


4 41 


9 


53 


5 


24 


16 


1 41 


10.0 


7 


24 


7 43 


13 


We. 


6 49 


4 40 


9 


51 


5 


2 6 


15 


2 40 


11.0 


3 


12 


8 35 


14 


Th. 


6 50 


4 39 


9 


49 


5 


28 


15 


3 38 


12.0 


8 


58 


9 21 


15 


Fri. 


6 51 


4 38 


9 


47 


5 


30 


15 


4 39 


13.0 


9 


43 


10 5 


16 


Sat. 


6 53 


4 37 


9 


44 


5 


33 


15 


5 19 


14.0 


10 


26 


10 47 


17 


Su. 


6 54 


4 36 


9 


42 


5 


35 


15 


rises. 


15.0 


11 


8 


11 29 


18 


Mon. 


6 55 


4 36 


9 


41 


5 


36 


15 


5 27 


16.0 


11 


49 




19 


Tu. 


6 56 


4 35 


9 


39 


5 


39 


14 


6 23 


17.0 





in 


31 


20 


We. 


6 57 


4 34 


9 


37 


5 


40 


14 


7 8 


18.0 





52 


1 14 


21 


Th. 


6 59 


4 33 


9 


34 


5 


4 3 


14 


8 5 


19.0 


1 


36 


1 59 


22 


Fri. 


7 


4 33 


9 


33 


5 


44 


14 


9 6 


20.0 


2 


21 


2 43 


23 


Sat. 


7 1 


4 32 


9 


31 


5 


4 6 


13 


10 9 


21.0 


3 


5 


3 23 


24 


Su. 


7 2 


4 32 


9 


30 


5 


47 


13 


11 14 


22.0 


3 


52 


4 16 


2.5 


Mon. 


r 3 


4 31 


9 


28 


5 


4 9 


13 


morn. 


23.0 


4 


41 


5 8 


26 


Tu. 


7 4 


4 31 


9 


27 


5 


50 


12 


20 


24.0 


5 


36 


6 5 


2? 


We. 


7 5 


4 30 


9 


25 


5 


52 


1 2 


1 31 


25.0 


6 


34 


7 4 


28 


Th. 


7 7 


4 30 


9 


23 


5 


54 


12 


2 42 


26.0 


7 


31 


8 5 


29 


Fri. 


7 8 


4 29 


9 


21 


5 


56 


11 


3 57 


27.0 


8 


36 


9 7 


30 


Sat. 


7 9 


4 29 


9 


20 


5 


57 


LI 


5 16 


28.0 


9 


37 


10 7 



1861. 



DECEMBER, 



31 Days. 




PHASES OP THE MOON. 

New Moon. Id. 9h. 33m. E. I Full Moon, 17d. 3h. 24m. M. 

First Quarter, 8d. 10. 25m. E. | Last Quarter, 24d. 5h. 8m. E. 

New Moon, 31d. 9h. 10m. M. 

Moon's Apogee, 13th day, at 9h A. M. 

Moon's Perigree, 29th day, at Sh A. M. 



D 


Davs 


SUN. 


Le 


i - :: 


Davs 


S. 


Moon 


M's 
Age 


Hi?h Tide. 


of 


of 


Kis. 


Sets. 


o 


f 


dec. 


F. 


r. & s 


Morn 


Eve. 


M 


Week. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


Days. 


h. 


n. 


in 


h. m. 


h. m. 


h. m. 


I 


So. 


7 10 


4 29 


9 


is 


5 


55 


11 


sets. 


29.0 


10 37 


11 6 


2 


Mon. 


7 11 


4 28 


9 


17 


6 





10 


4 41 


0.6 


11 34 




3 


Tu. 


7 12 


4 28 


9 


It 


6 


1 


IC 


5 53 


1.6 


1 


25 


4 


We. 


7 13 


4 23 


9 


1.3 


6 


•2 


9 


7 3 


2.6 


54 


1 20 


5 


Th. 


7 14 


4 2? 


9 


14 


6 


3 


9 


8 14 


3.6 


1 46 


2 11 


6 


Fri. 


7 15 


4 28 


9 


13 


6 


4 


9 


9 18 


4.6 


2 35 


2 53 


7 


Sat. 


7 16 


4 28 


9 


12 


6 


5 


5 


10 31 


5.6 


3 21 


3 44 


8 


Su. 


7 17 


4 28 


9 


11 


6 


G 


- 


11 32 


6.6 


4 7 


4 31 


9 


Me?. 


7 18 


4.28 


9 


10 


6 


7 


7 


morn. 


7.6 


4 56 


5 20 


10 


Tu. 


7 19 


4 28 


9 


9 


6 


8 


7 


14 


8.6 


5 45 


6 10 


11 


We. 


7 20 


4 28 


9 


S 


6 


9 


6 


1 32 


9.6 


6 36 


7 1 


12 


Th. 


7 20 


4 28 


9 


8 


6 


9 


6 


2 32 


10.6 


7 27 


7 53 


13 


Fri. 


7 21 


4 28 


9 


7 


6 


10 


5 


3 32 


11.6 


8 19 


8 44 


14 


Sat. 


7 22 


4 28 


9 


6 


6 


11 


5 


4 33 


12.6 


9 S 


9 33 


1.3 


Su. 


7 23 


4 29 


9 


6 


6 


11 


4 


5 31 


13.6 


9 57 


10 21 


16 


Mon. 


7 23 


4 29 


9 


6 


6 


11 


4 


6 30 


14.6 


10 45 


11 7 


i: 


Tu. 


7 24 


4 29 


9 


5 


6 


1-2 


3 


rises. 


15.6 


11 29 


11 50 


IS 


We. 


7 25 


4 29 


9 


4 


6 


13 


3 


6 


16.6 




o 11 


19 


Th. 


7 25 


4 30 


9 


5 


mcr. 


2 


7 


17.6 


32 


54 


20 


Fri. 


7 26 


4 31 


9 


5 





1 


2 


8 3 


18.C 


1 15 


1 36 


2; 


Sat. 


7 26 


4 31 


9 


5 





1 


1 


9 S 


19.6 


1 57 


2 19 


22 


Su. 


7 27 


4 31 


9 


5 





1 


1 


10 13 


20.6 


2 40 


3 9 


2 3 


Mon. 


7 27 


4 32 


9 


5 





1 





11 20 


21.6 


3 24 


3 46 


■2A 


Tu. 


7 27 


4 33 


9 


6 





2 


s 


morn. 


22.6 


4 10 


4 36 


25 


We. 


7 28 


4 33 


9 


6 





2 


I 


27 


23.6 


5 3 


5 31 


26 


Th. 


7 28 


4 34 


9 


6 





•2 


1 


I 39 


24.6 


6 1 


6 33 


27 


Fri. 




4 35 


9 


6 





•2 


2 


2 55 


25.6 




7 49 


25 


Sat. 


7 29 


4 35 


9 


6 





2 


2 


4 13 


26.6 




8 J9 


29 


Su. 


7 29 


4 36 


9 


7 





3 


3 


5 29 


27.6 


9 22 


9 51 


30 


Mon. 


7 29 


4 37 


9 


7 





3 


3 


6 40 


25. e 


10 25 


10 55 


31 


Tu. 




4 37 


9 


5 





4 


3 


7 42 


29.6 


11 22 


u s 



CAMBRIDGE DIRECTORY. 



Abbreviations. — b stands for "business in Boston" — h for 
" house/' — n for " near," — cor. for " corner of," — op for " oppo- 
site,"— bds for "boards," — LP for "Lower Port,"— H. U. for 
" Harvard University," — btwn for " between." 

Abbot Edwin Hale, Tutor in Greek, Latin, and History, 

H. U. rooms College House 
Abbot Ezra, Assistant Librarian H. U. bds Mrs. Everett's, 

Berkeley cor Craigie 
Abbott George W. b (& Co.) commission merchant, 21 Cen- 
tral Wharf, h Harvard cor Prospect 
Abbott George W. grocer, h Spruce cor Cedar 
Abbott Henry H. teamster, h Dickinson n Clark 
Abbott Joseph Mrs. h 35 Brookline 

Abbott Joseph B. soap manufacturer, h Brookline n Perry 
Abbott Nelson N. machinist, h 1 52 Cambridge 
Ackers John L. P. painter, 5 Norfolk, bds Perry cor Pearl 
Ackers Sarah A. Mrs. h Perry cor Pearl 
Ackers William H. printer, bds Perry cor Pearl 
Adams Albert, mason, h Clmton n Main 
Adams Charles J. deputy jailor and master House Correc- 
tion, h Thorndike cor Third 
Adams Charles S. bookkeeper, Wellington Brothers, Bridge, 

bds Thorndike cor Third 
Adams George Z b attorney, 19 Court, bds Newhall's, Mt. 

Auburn 
Adams Henry J. bds Cummings's, Short 
Adams Henry K. b shipwright, Lewis' Wharf, h North Av- 
enue n Porter's Station 
Adams Issachar, pedler, h North Avenue n Rice 
Adams Jabez F. stairbuilder, Seventh cor Cambridge, h 71 

Thorndike 
Adams John, carpenter, bds Mason's, Spruce 
Adams John F. b tin plate worker, Leverett, bds 70 Spring 
Adams John P. gas fitter, 442 Harvard, h Harvard n Dana 
Adams Luther B. b chair maker, 169 Fulton, h Broadway 
n Windsor 

1 



OAMBKIDGE [ J& ] DIRECT OBT. 



Adams Martha Mrs. li 7<» Spring 

Adams Mehetable, Mrs. bds Worcester cor M l|; 1! < 

Adam irpenter, bds W. Ladd's, Concord Avenue 

Adams Samuel P. travelling agent, li 60 Che 

Adams Sylvester, dentist, Chelsea, bds IT Austin 

:ander 3 naturalist, bds Quincy cor 
Agassiz Louis, Prof, of Zoology and Geology in the I 

rence Scientific School, 11. U, h i 
Agin Malachi, laborer, h Wright 
Agin Michael, teamster, li Brookline 
Agin Patrick, Laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Ahearn Dennis, laborer, li Dublin 
Ahearn John, laborer, li Harvard n Hancock 
Ahearn Maurice, laborer, h Dublin 
Albee Sumner, b attorney, 20 Court, h 218 Harvard 
Aibro John A. clergyman, h Holyoke cor Holyoke Place 
Alden Albert, b inspector Custom House, h 58 Thorndike 
Alden Elbridge G. b oil merchant, 181 Broad, li Hancock 

op Centre 
Alden Harvey, overseer Union R. R. stable, Dunster, li 

Harvard n Holyoke 
Alden ..lames C. mariner, bds E. G. Alden's, Hancock 
Alden Jonathan P. physician, h rear 15 Efi 
Alden Thomas, confectioner, Main cor Windsor, h same 
Aldrich Samuel T. W. b clerk 37 Milk, h Inman n Cam- 
bridge 
Alexander Hugh, mariner, li Auburn 
Alexander Thomas, printer, bds Miles', Charles River 
Allan Alexander, printer, li Western Avenue 
Alian Thomas, machinist, h 4 Windsor 
Allanson John S. Mrs. h Mt. Auburn n Arrow 
Allen Addison, printer, h Harrison Avenue 
Allen Ann Mrs. h Fifth n Winter 
Allen Benjamin F. b zilographer, 16G Washington, bds Oak 

cor Hampshire 
Allen Caleb C. (& Endicott) machinist and boiler maker, 

old Car Factory, Main, h Columbia n Austin 
Allen Charles A. bds Dr. Allen's, Temple 
Allen (diaries H. physician, h Temple cor Austin 
Allen Ebenezer K. printer, h 17 Short n Ma. 
Allen Elizabeth W. Mrs. bds 81 Brighton 
Allen Esther, Miss, nurse, bds 11 Magazine 
Allen Frederick 11. b attorney, 10 Sa k Building, 

School, h Inman n Austin 
Allen I man, h Williams n River 

Allen George II. printer, bds Rice's, .Alain 
Allen Henry, plasterer, li 59 Gore 
Allen J. Addison, printer, h 3 Harrison Avenue 



CAMBRIDGE [J^ ] DIRECTORY. 3 

Allen James, conductor, Union E. R. h Watertown 

Allen James, laborer, h Cambridge 

Allen John C. (Allen & Farnham) printer, Bow, bds T. J. 

White's, Brattle cor School Court 
Allen John N. b wood engraver, 1G6 Washington, h Oak 

cor Hampshire 
Allen Mary Miss, carpet maksr, Dunster n College Wharf 
Allen Samuel A. h Market n Clark 
Allen Thomas, laborer, h Franklin n Hancock 
Allen Walter M. carriage maker, North Avenue op Por- 
ter's, h Beech 
Allen Wilkes, dentist, Brattle cor Hilliard, h same 
Allen William, fish pedler, h Bridge n First 
Allen William, carpenter, rooms Mrs. Law's, Broadway 
Allen William A. b clerk, bds Austin cor Temple 
Allen William H. B. b clerk, 55 Chatham, bds Market n 

Clark 
Allen William M. paper hanger, h rear 73 Cambridge 
xUley Elliott £. b upholsterer, bds 43 Cambridge 
Alley Susan B. Mrs. (& Johnson) milliner, 43 Cambridge, 

h same 
Allison Andrew, b (Tucker, Allison & Co ) dry goods 9 and 

11 Federal, bds Mr. Tozier's, Pleasant cor Rockwell 
Allison James, printer, h Valentine cor Brookline 
"Alls Rosella, Miss, h 54 Elm 
Allston Martha R. Mrs. h 14 Auburn 
Allyn Rufus B. h Berkeley n Phillips Place 
Amee John, b clerk, Franklin cor Federal, h Main op Quincy 
Ames George, b clerk, h 39 Cherry 
Ames George W. city teamster, h 45 Washington 
Ames John G. carpenter, h Windsor n Washington 
Xmes Timothy, policeman, bds Church n Brattle 
Amrein John, cigar manufacturer, 421 Main, post office 

block, h Brooks' Buildings 
Amsden Joel F. b (Parley, Bliss &Co.) dry goods, Bowdoin 

Square, h ( Linton n Harvard 
Anderson Benjamin, hairdresser h Columbia n Hampshire 

carpenter, b Daniels' Court 
Anderson James, bootmaker, h North Avenue op Common 
Anderson J i shinist, Kinsley's, h 122 Harvard 

Anderson Matthew, carpenter, h Norton cor Wright 
Anderson Rudolph N. ornamental painter, h Rice's, Main 
Andrews (). I*. b turner, h Main cor Dock 

Andrews George, laborer, h Vine d Third 
Andre b, brass founder, bds Stearns', Main 

Andrew- John, laborer h Washington u Main 
Andrew-- Robert M. pai ter, h Brattle n Jan 
Andrews Samuel <J. proof-reader, Riverside, h River 



4 (A M B B i D Q i: [ A ] DI1I0101 Y. 

Angell J. Frank, periodical dealer, 402 Main, bds 12 Norfolk 
Angell Robert II. blacksmith, h 2 Brooke 1 Buildings 

Annable .Joseph D. (& Son, J. W.) starch nianufactnrer, 
Brookline, h -37 Prospect 

Annable Joseph W. (J. 1). A. & Son) Brookline, bds 57 
Prospect 

Apple Antoine, florist, Brattle junc Mt. Auburn, h Water- 
town 

Apple Henry, cabinet maker, bds 40 Spring 
Appleby Mark H. boiler maker, h 10 Hastings 
Appleton Sophia H. Mrs. h 30 Dunster cor "Winthrop 
Appleton Thomas G. h Phillips Place 

Arkerson Albert, rope manufacturer, at Brighton, h Maga- 
zine cor Walnut 
Arkerson Leonard, rope manufacturer, at Brighton, li 00 

River 
Arkerson William, rope maker, h Park n Magazine 
Armstrong Irwin, laborer, h Brighton 
Armstrong Joseph, b leather dealer, 45 Fulton, h Western 

Avenue n Howard 
Armstrong William C. b printer, h 21 Cherry 
Arnold George, b coal dealer, Cambridge, h Wendall 
Arnold Henry A. clerk New England Glass Works, 133 

Bridge 
Arnold Howard P. b attorney, 42 Court, bds Mrs. Stratton's, 

Dun ter 
Arnold Samuel S. b hide and leather dealer, 82 North, h 

Main cor Hancock 
Arnold William, b commission merchant, 38 Central, h 02 

Washington 
Arst Michael, h Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Arto William, b tailor, h Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Ashcroft Joseph, carver, h 55 Washington 
Asten John, plumber, h Broadway n Windsor 
Athearn James F. h Elm n Broadway 
Atherton Charles D. teamster, bds 51 Winter 
Athol Francis, printer, h Valentine n Pearl 
Atkins Isaac G. carpenter, bds 71 Gore 
Atkins Silas H. pile driver, bds 71 Gore 
Atkins William, carpenter, h 71 Gore 
Atkins William J. box maker, bds 34 Cherry 
Atkinson Eliza J. Mrs. h Cambridge op Oak 
Atkinson Kinsman, clergyman, h Appian Way 
Atkinson William P. b teacher private school, h Linnaean 

n North Avenue 
Atwill John B. grocer, North Avenue n Walden, h Elm cor 

Beech 
Atwood Ephraim, b clerk Custom House, h 69Thorndike 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 5 

Atwood Isaac B. b (Davis & Atwood), 65 & G7 Faneuil Hall 

Market, h Inman n Cambridge 
Atwood Richard N. b clothing, Quincy Market, h Clark n 

Hampshire 
Atwood Samuel S. stairbuilder, Main n Universalist Church, 

h Front 
Austin Agnes Miss, h Appian Way cor Garden 
Austin Charles A. brush maker, h 79 Spring 
Austin Nathan N. b salesman, 59 Brattle, h Pearl n Cot- 
tage 
Austin Nathaniel, b coachman, h "Wendall 
Austin Susan S. Mrs. h Linnaean n Bowdoin 
Averall Joseph, laborer, bds 3 Third 

Averell Charles H. b hatter, 73 Hanover, h rear 58 Wash- 
ington 
Averill Joseph W. groceries and provisions, Cambridge cor 

Willow Place, h 109 Cambridge 
Averting Edgar, ornamental painter, h Everett 
Avery John, b Custom House, h Pioneer Court n Main 
Avery John C. b clerk, post-office, bds Jay n River 
Avery William B. b agent for patents, 8 Congress Square, 

bds Jay n Western A venue 
Avory Samuel, h Jay n River 
Axtmann John, h Vine n Third 

Babb John H. bds Fifth n Thorndike 
Babb Nathaniel, carpenter, h Fifth n Thorndike 
Babbidge Levi F. last maker, h Winter n Fifth 
Babbit William E. civil engineer, h. 31 Fourth 
Babcock James, printer, h Main n City Hall 
Babcock John, copal varnish maker, h Main n City Hall 
ISachelder Samuel H. britannia ware maker, h Spring n 
Fourth 

lor Gideon G. pedlar, h 120 Thorndike 
Backus George P. dentist, Main cor Essex, h Green n Brook- 
line 

Clarke, Mrs. h Harvard n Dana 
Bacon Edwin A. shoemaker, Somerville, bds Oak cor Hamp- 
shire 
Bacon Henry A. mason, bds 95 Cambridge 
Bacon John D. b tail ■-, h Ward's, Elm n 

Broadway 
Bacon Leonard, box maker, h 128 Thorndike 

Bacon Simeon D. tr.i m-tcr. bds J. Littlefield's, Bridge 

d Warren, i> gold beater, 1 1 Province, h Lee n Main 
Badger Mary Mrs. h Fifth n Otis 

Owen, laborer, h East o B idge 
Bailey Alfred, mason, bds Florence Place n Fort Washington 



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Bailey Byron, carpenter, h Western Avenue d Jay 

Bailey George, cabinet maker, h 56 Elm 

Bailey Esaac \\ carpenter, li 8 Auburn 

Bailey [saiah, mason, li Magazir 

Bailey [saiah, jr. mason, h Florence Place n Ft. \ 

Bailey Jacob L. tin plate manufacturer, I je cor 

Second, h 122 Spring 

Bailey James, teamster, h 1 Leighton Court 

Bailsy James, box maker, bds Bros Iway n Clark 

Bailey Loring W. Proctor II. C. 23 Massachusetts Ball 

Bailey Samuel, apothecary. Gore cor Third 

Baird Augustus, machinist, h North Avenue n Meaoham 

Baird Lewis, machinist, li Meacham n North Avenue 

Baker Benjamin, glass maker, h 79 Gore 

Baker Catherine C. Mrs. li North Avenue cor Holmes 1 Place 

Baker Francis, laborer, at Mrs. Blatchford's, Craigie 

Baker Frederick A. b machinist, bds Boardman's, Market 

Baker George M. b (Mayo ft Baker) bookseller, 208 Wash- 
ington, h Avon n Shepard 

Baker Nehemiah M. mason, bds G Green 

Baker Obed, shipmaster, h Windsor n Harvard 

Baker Thomas, hostler, h 32 Gore 

Baker William L. baker, h 34-3 Main 

Balch James, bds Irving House 

Baldrey Stephen, b laborer, h 68 Thorndike 

Baldwin James W. b. provision dealer, 2G City Wharf, h 
North Avenue n Liniuean 

Baldwin Joseph, baker, h 82 Gore 

Baldwin Peter L. mariner, h 25 Washington 

Ball Benjamin G. cabinet maker, h Front n Main 

Ball Edward, glass blower, h 90 Vine 

Ball Elijah, brown bread baker, Elm, h same 
•Ball Thomas C. model maker, Osborn's Mills. State, h 
Brookline n Auburn 

Ballam Alexander, laborer, h D'Wolf n Charles River 

Ballaw Robert, laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 

Bancroft Charles L. b clerk, in Water Office, City Hall, h 
Erie n Magazine 

Bancroft Edward, pedler, h 58 Washington 

Bancroft Joseph EL b crockery ware, 121 Hanover, h Ellery 
n Harvard 

Bancroft Lucille C. teacher Webster Grammar School, bds 
568 Main 

Bandell Henry C. printer, bds Main cor Putnam 

BanfieM John, carpenter, h Otis n Eighth 

Bang George A. b music printer, 277 Washington, bds Mar- 
ket c«>r Wil 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 7 

Bang Jacob N. printer, b 61 Cornhill, h Windsor cor Market 
Bangs Barnabas, b bookkeeper, 9 Fulton, h Hancock n 

Harvard 
Bangs Isaiah Mrs. h 241 Harvard 
Bangs Martin, mason, h Sixth n Thorndike 
Bangs Martin, jr. b hairdresser, 1 Stoddaid, bds 55 Thorn- 
dike 
Banks David S. b 11 Central Wharf, h 96 Prospect 
Banks Elizabeth F. assistant teacher, Washington Middle 

School, bds Salford's, Avon 
Banks Thomas G. conductor Union R. R. h Watertown 
Bannan James, private watchman, h Webster Avenue 
Barber Robert, moulder, h Front 
Barbour Alfred L. (& Co.) grocer, Main n Prospect, bds 

33 Franklin 
Barbour James S. b clerk, h 9 Ellery 

Barbour John N. b (Barbour & Son) auction and commis- 
sion merchant, 1 Central Wharf, h 33 Franklin 
Barbour William S. (W. A. Mason & Co.) surveyor, Doug- 
lass' Blo.k, Main, bds 33 Franklin 
Barker Charles H. b commission merchant, 150 State, h 68 

Cherry 
Barker Cornelius N. b tailor, h 62 Cambridge 
Barker Edward, circulating library and variety store, 89 

Cambridge, bds D. Lockhart's, Cambridge 
Barker Joseph, laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Barker Joseph D. carpenter, h Wright n Norton 
Barker William H. laborer, h Third cor Charles 
Barleaux Edward L. clerk, 463 Main . 
Barnes Celeste P. principal Shepard Primary School, bds 

at J. Barnes's, Bowdoin 
Barnes John, b Messenger Merchants Bank, h Bowdoin 
Barnes William, laborer, h Auburn n Brookline 
Barnet Albert H. printer, h Concord Avenue op Church 
Barney Charles 11. engineer, bds 57 Cambridge 
Barney Levi C. b oils and soaps, l_!*j and 128 Milk, h Inman 

d Cambridge 
Barney Reuben, h 57 Cambridge 
Barrel! Christopher, teamster, bds Williams's, Hampshire 

Barrett Albert A. printer, bdfl Hayes's. Church 

Barrett Andrew, engineer, h Suffolk n Columbia 

Barrett George C. I) (Winslow & Barrett), 22 Chatham, 

bds Centre n Hancock 
Barrett James, gardener, bds 844 Main 

Barrett, John, laborer, h Water d Lowell EL R. 

Barrett .John, laborer, h Brick Alley, North 

Barrett Mary Mrs. bds IS Winter 

Barrett Michael, chaivoal dealer, h Sixth n Cambridge 



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B ut» i forte maker, h 7 M\ id 

M P. ^1 re. h Centre o Hano 
Barri Alexander T. marbleizer, h 5 Windsor 

. Thomas, Laborer, h Foa er d Bparks 

all 
tachinist, bda 82 Harvard 
mister, at Almshouse, d North Avenue 
Barrj asmith, h Harvard n June M kin 

Barry Matthias, marble polisher, h W) Broadway 
Barry Patrick, laborer, h Dublin 
Barry Patrick, tailor, bds Gore n Third 
Barry William, brass finisher, bds 82 Harvard 

w Charles, glass cutter, h Cambridge n Win 

ar manufacturer, 121 Milk, h219 Broadway 
Bates Henry L. box maker, h 117 Harvard 
Bartlett Bela N. b machinist, h Otis cor Sixth 
Bartlett Channing S. b pianoforte maker, li Fifth n Otis 
Bartlett David C. laborer, li Essex cor Harvard 
Bartlett George W. h rear 402 Maiu 
Bartlett J. G. printer, bds Main 

Bartlett James N. cabinet maker, h Seventh cor Thorndike 
Bartlett John, bds Mrs. Baker's, Holmes' Place cor North 

Avenue 
Bartlett Josiah, ladder maker, h Seventh n Cambri 
Bartlett William B. dry goods and clothing. Harvard How, 

h Oxford n Sacramento 
Bartlett William P. G. proctor. II. U. o College House 
Barton William B. b clerk, li Green n Hancock 
B.irtram William, caterer, h Third n Gore 

;u William B. b clerk, h btwn Pioneer and Dock 
irnsworth, printer, bds -:4 River 
ss George, li Fremont n Pleasant 
-e, jr. b clerk, h Fremont 

ss&)drygo< Cambridge, 

i n Vine 

B. {& Son) dry goods. unbridge h 

i n Vine 
I) isa 3 Quel, b salesman, Oak Hall, h 27 Pearl 

■ illiam L b Deputy Sheriff, h L!7 Western Avenue 
Batchelder CharL ster, h Clark n Washing 

Batcheldei d depot, h 

Franklin n Plea-ant 
Batchelder Eugene, bds Brattle cor Ash 

eje 11. printer, h Cottage Court 
Batchelder Julia A. Mrs. h rear Franklin n Pearl 
Samuel, b 6] State, h Brattle cor Ash 
helder Samuel, jr. b attorney, 61 State, bds Brattl< 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 9 

Bate Abby Mrs. h Chapman Place cor Howard 

Bate Charles, printer, bds Chapman Place 

Bate George C. provision dealer, bds Chapman Place 

Bateman William, cabinet maker, h 84 Spring 

Bates Andrew T. Tutor in Latin, 21 Stoughton Hall 

Bates Charles, b clerk, 9 and 11 Summer, bds 61 Brattle 

Bates Charles E. printer, bds Hayes's, Church 

Bates Edward, tailor, 368 Main, h 9 Harrison 

Bates Edward, jr. plumber, Main op Chronicle Office, h 14 

Green 
Bates Eliza Mrs. h Ellery n Main 
Bates Erastus C. (Davis &) grain dealer, Main op Norfolk, 

h Austin Street Court 
Bates George, b clerk, Congress, bds 61 Brattle 
Bates Henry L. box maker, h 117 Harvard 
Bates Jacob H. painter, h Brattle cor Church 
Bates J. Henry, b clerk, 98 Water, bds 61 Brattle 
Bates John S. dry goods, Main n Essex, h Hilliard cor Dan- 
iels' Court 
Bates Persis, Miss, h Garden op Waterhouse 
Bates William, mason, h 61 Brattle 
Bates William, jr. mason, bds 61 Brattle 
Bates William, 2d, painter, bds Brattle cor Church 
Bates William H. b last maker, h Windsor n Hampshire 
Baumeister Augustus, plumber, Brighton n Harv. Square, 

h Ellery n Broadway 
Baxter Barnabas, mariner, bds Pearl btwn Erie and Allston 
Baxter Isaac, cigar maker, h Village n Front 
Bay ley Augustus R. apothecary, Main cor Essex, h Green 

n Magazine 
Bazin Damase, pocket book maker, at Denton & Wood's, h 

Somerset n Pleasant 
Beach Elijah, b merchant tailor, 32 School, h Norfolk op 

Washington 
Beach George W. b merchant tailor, 192 Washington, h 41 

Williams 
Beals Henry M. h Church n Brattle 
Bean Frank M. travelling merchant, bdfl 31 Franklin 
Bean Leonard 0. b (Bean ^c Clayton) merchant tailor, 25 

Court, li Orchard 
Bean Mary, Miss, h Riyer op Williams 
Bean Nathaniel, Laborer, li 2 Lambert Avenue 
Bean Nicholas, laborer, h n Brickyard 
Bean Moses, laborer, li Garden n Brickyard 
Beard Charles R. l> teamster, h Main L P 
Beard Bben T. cabinet maker, bds Flanders' Exci 

Cambridge 
Bearse George \V. moulder, h dark n School 



10 C i M B RIDGH [ B ] ]) ' 1: '• l "' OKT. 

Beauke Leen, cabinet maker, li 125 Washington 

er Charles, carver, bds 17 ( tore 
Bebo Joseph, laborer, h Spruce 
Beck Charles, h Harvard cor Quincj 
Becker Alexander C. Mrs. h Broadway cor Prescott 
Becket Elizabeth, h Brighton d the bri 
Becket Richard, Laborer, h Brighton n tbe bri 
Becket William J. laborer, h Willard Place n Foster 
Beckwith George C. trader, h Preston 
Bedell William, laborer, h Russell cor Kim 
Beers Hiram S. b printer, h Broadway n G. J. Rail Road 
Belcher Charles F. bds J. Belcher's, Mt. Auburn 
Belcher Geo. G. sign and fancy painter, 308 Main, h 62 E 
Belcher John, h Mt. Auburn, n Bow and Arrow 
Belcher John A. oyster saloon, Brattle n Brattle Square, h 

Howard, Ward 1, n Mr. Auburn 
Belding- Sumner, b bookbinder, h 50 Windsor 
Bell Henry, cook, h Canal 

Bell Joseph G. b jeweller, 4 Cornhill Court, h Sumner 
Bell Robert, glass-maker, h Otis n Fifth 
Bell William I), stone cutter, h rear 127 Broadway 
Bellows, Charles S mariner, bds 3 Washington 
Bemis Emery, b tobacconist, 7 India Wharf, h Prospect n 

Hampshire 
Bennett Alfred T. organ-maker, Stevens's, h Boston 
Bennett Daniel, carpenter, h 48 Spring 
Bennett Emanuel J. b cigar maker, h Prospect 
Bennett Frederick, stone cutter, bds Littlefield's, Bridge 
Bennett George A. b music printer, bds 102 Thorndike 
Bennett George H. hairdresser, Brattle, bds Clary's, Bald- 
win 
Bennett James, building mover, h 50 Auburn 
Bennett John, tinsmith, bds Seventh n Otis 
Bennett Nelson, laborer, at Mr TreadwelFs, Concord Av. 
Bennett Stephen A. cabinet maker, bds 5 Leighton Court 
Bennett Wilder, mason, h 68 Thorndike 
Benney Nathaniel, proof-reader, Riverside, bds Harrison 

Avenue n Pleasant 
Bennink Gerrit J carpenter, h 44 Tremont 

i Benry J. II. hairdresser, S7 Cambridge, h same 
n John, b trader, 105 State, h Mason n Garden 
Bent George II. bds N. Bent's. Austin n Norfolk 
Bent Newell, h Austin n Norfolk 
Bentley George W. cigar dealer, Cambridge n Third. 

Third cor Cambridge 
Bentley John, hairdresser, h Third cor * 
Bentley John II. clerk Register Deeds, bds Third cor Cam- 

b ridge 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 11 

Benwell Henry, b brass chaser, b. 80 Harvard 

Beran Thomas, laborer, h Franklin n Hancock 

Bergeron Octave, teamster, bds Cotfren's, Concord Avenue 

Bernard Antonio, glass maker, h 43 Gore 

Bernhardt John, cabinet maker, h Hastings 

Berry Benjamin F. (& Trull) sash maker, Dyke, h Brattle 

n Appian Way 
Berry John Francis, polisher, h 127 Broadway 
Berry Nathaniel D. stationery, h Mellen n North Avenue 
Berry Terence, pedler, h Webster Avenue n Cambridge 
Berry William B. stove dealer and plumber, ( J Brighton, h 

Mt. Auburn n Putnam 
Berry William J. plumber and gas-fitter, bds 127 Broadway 
Berwick James, printer, bds 8 Jay 
Berwick Lucy C. Mrs. h 8 Jay 
Bettinson Edward W. Superintendent Bay State Glass 

Works, h 26 Second 
Bettinson James W. expressman, h 36 Seventh 
Bettinson Louisa K. Miss, teacher Putnam Middle School, 

bds 26 Second 
Bevin William A. b rubber manufacturer, 13 Tremont, h 

85 Norfolk 
Bicknell Joseph G. cabinet maker, Main n Columbia, h Nor- 
folk n Hampshire 
Bieler Jacob, cabinet carver, h 48 Washington 
Bigelow Alanson, b (Abraham 0. Bigelow, Martin P. Ken- 

nard, William Kennard), 219 Washington, h 243 

Harvard 
Bigelow Alanson, jr. b clerk, 219 AYashington, bds 243 

Harvard 
Bigelow Marshall T. (Welch, Bigelow & Co.) printer, Holy- 

oke n Main, h Cambridge n Sumner 
Bigelow Samuel, b commission merchant, 1 Central Wharf, 

h Sumner 
Biggers Stephen, mason, h Seventh n Cambridge 
Bignoll Harriet Mrs. h 156 Harvard 
Billings Leonard A. machinist, Main n Harrison 
Binney Barnabas, collector, h 96 Otis 
Binney Barnabas, jr. l> clerk p.'sr-omce, h Hampshire n 

Windsor 
Bird Henry M. iron founder, h 24 Brookline 
Bird Herman, insura ~ Building, Main 

cor Norfolk, bds Greeo n Magazine 
Bisbee Annie M. Mrs. teacher Dana Hill Primary School, 

Centre, bda 39 Columbia 
Bisbee Charles, painter, h Harvard n Brimmer Block 

Bixby (Marl; S, 1> hat and cap dealer, -V, Congress, It Har- 
vard cor Lee 



L2 I LMBKIDOl [ B ] DIRECTORY. 



Bixby Eben F. pianoforte maker, h Windsor n Main 
Black Edwin A. shoemaker, bds Black's, Eliot 
Black James, gardener, h Poster eor frying Place 
Black James W. b (Black & Batchelder) daguerreoty] 

173 Washington, li Norton cor Avon 
Black .John, teamster, bds Coffiren's, Concord Avenue 
Black Palmer, carpenter, li lo'_! Thorndike 
Black Robert, stone mason, h Winthrop cor Eliot 
Black Thomas, teamster, h Wyeth D Tattle 
Black William, ice dealer, li Foster cor Irving Place 
Black "William, b tinsmith, h Main n Pioneer 
Blackwell Bridget Mrs. h rear Gore 
Blackweli William, carpenter, bds Gore 
Blair John, glass cutter, h Winter n Fifth 
Blaisdell Charles P. cabinet maker, h Leighton Court 
Blaisdell Daniel II. cabinet maker, bds Leighton Court 
Blaisdell Ezra, teamster, bds E. Burpee's, Columbia 
Blaisdell Levi, carpenter, h 26 East 

Blake Andrew M. b bookbinder, 57 Washington, h Sydney 
Blake Charles If. pyrotechnist, h Go Washington 
Blake Darius, blacksmith, N. Avenue n Porter's, h Orchard 
Blake Eliza Mrs. h Harrison Place 
Blake George 0. b bookkeeper, 215 State, bds Shepard n 

North Avenue 
Blake Joseph, bookbinder, li 7 Green 
Blake Mary C. Mrs. h Harvard n Davis 
Blake Newell, b blacksmith, h 129 Cambridge 
Blake Oliver Mrs. h Shepard n North Avenue 
Blake Thomas, tailor, h Hastings 
Blake True, brick maker, h Putnam 
Blanchard Benjamin, pedler, h Harrison n Main 
Blanchard Bradford J. stone cutter, h 91 Cambridge 
Blanchard Dexter V. engineer Lowell R. EL h 20 1 
Blanchard Francis II. C. b broker, h 94 Washington 
Blanchard George .G. pattern maker, h Appian Way 
Blanchard James P. machinist, bds Merrill's, Main 
Blanchard Walter S. (Jesse Hall & Sons) lumber dealer, 

Hall's Wharf, bds 35 S. Second 
Blaney Charles, laborer, h Webster Avenue n Hampshire 
Blatchlbrd Edgecnmbe II. Mrs. h Craigie cor Sparks 
Blevins John, b slater, h Foster n Irving Place 
Blight William, laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Blish Ariadne, teacher Webster Primary School, bds Pleas- 
ant n Western Avenue 
Blish Lucia A. Mrs. h Pleasant n Western Avenue 
Bliss Edwin A. bread pedler, bds 4'.» Cambridge 
Bliss Henry P. b (Farley, Bliss & Co.) dry goods, Bowdoin 
Square, h Broadway cor Amory 



CAMBRIDGE [ B ] DIRECTORY. 13 

Bliss Samuel W. b (Bliss & Co.) fruit dealer, 48 and 49 

Chatham, h 14 Auburn Court- 
Bliss William C. b (Bliss & Co.) 48 and 49 Chatham, h 14 

Auburn Court 
Blodgett Alvaro (Blodgett & Rhodes), carpenter, Norfolk 

n Broadway, h 1» Worcester 
Blodgett Elias, hatter, Second cor Thorndike, h 59 Third 
Blodgett James, glass cutter, h To Gore 
Blodgett Lucy, Miss, nurse, h G8 Columbia 
Blood Alonzo, laborer, bds Smith's, Third 
Blood John, b (A. C. Sanborn & Co.) 31 State, granite 

dealer, Sanborn's Wharf, Bridge, h Charlestown 
Blood Jonathan K. machinist, h 47 Spring 
Blunt John, laborer, h Hastings 
Blute Bartholomew, laborer, h 7 Winter 
Boardman Charles, fancy soap maker, h 20 Worcester 
Boardman Charles, bds 46 Windsor 
Boardman James, painter, Cherry n School, h Washington 

cor Cherry 
Boardman John, soap maker, h Market n Union 
Boardman John, stone cutter, bds Mrs. Maxwell's, Bridge 
Boardman Joseph F. vegetable dealer, 128 Columbia 
Boggs Francis, jr. mariner, bds Broadway n Norfolk 
Boggs Francis M. b steamboat agent T Wharf, h Broadway 

cor Norfolk 
Bogue Elizabeth Mrs. h Wright 
Bohin G. Albert, currier, h 53 Gore 

Bolles Frederick D. Mrs. h Mt. Auburn op Winthrop Square 
Bolles James T. b clerk, Washington, bds Mt. Auburn op 

Winthrop Square 
Bon/1 George P. Director of the Observatory and Phillips 

Professor of Astronomy, II. U. h Garden 
Bond Richard F. b chronometer maker, 17 Congress, bds 

Garden n Linnaean 
Bonner John, lather, h Amory n Hampshire 
Bonney Perez F. b salesman, bds Auburn n Magazine 
Bonney William L. 1) salesman, h Auburn n Magazine 
Booth b clerk, 201 Washington, li Main n Arrow 

Booth Th . Pleasant 

Borman Dennis, butcher, h Sixth n Vine 
Bornkessel Charles, b varnisher, li Main L. P. 
Borsb Philip J. b cabinet maker, 1, Fifth 

Boschke Albert, '» harbor surveyor, h 42 Second 

►ii Chemical Works, < ambridge, Thayer, Brigham & 

Field, 
B - 1 r, h 17 Brooks's Build 

orth Hiram Mrs. h Harvard n Dana 
: th Joseph, carpenter, b Harvard cor Pine 



14 C A M B BIDQE [ B ] DIBIOTOBT. 

Boeworth Lacy Mrs. bda Wellington's, Broadway cor Pros- 
pect 

Boughton Samuel G. salesman New England Glass Works, 

h Winchester 
Bourne Robert T. b (& Leavitt) carpenter, 7o Charles, h 

Hampshire cor Union 
Bourne James, laborer, h Charles Court 
Bourne Joseph, glass maker, h Fourth cor Bridge 
Bournique Louis, glass cutter, h Fifth cor Cambridge 
Boutelle Sylvia, Miss, milliner, h Fourth n Cambrl 
Bowdeu James G. b clerk, bds 92 Harvard 
Bowditch Azell C. b seedsman, 74 Tremont, h 41 Magazine 
Bowditch Charlotte M. Mrs. flower preserver, 41 Magazine 
Bowen Ada, Miss, assistant teacher Mason Alphabet School, 

bds Mrs. Bo wen's, Harvard 
Bowen Charles, b broker, h 129 Cambridge 
Bowen Clara C. Miss, school teacher Mason Alphabet, bds 

at Mrs. Bo wen's, Harvard 
Bowen Cornelius, laborer, h Hastings n G. J. R. R. 
Bowen Elizabeth Mrs. h Follen 
Bowen Francis, Alford Professor of Natural Religion, &c. 

H. U. h Follen 
Bowen Rebecca P. Mrs. h Harvard btwn Lee and Hancock 
Bowers John M. engineer, h Ellery n Broadway 
Bowers Levi, h Essex n Harvard 
Bowers William, jr. provisions, Cambridge cor Sixth, h 

Seventh n Cambridge 
Bowerty, John, laborer, h Green n Bay 
Bowker Daniel, b machinist, 12 Beach, h Clinton 
Bowker Winslow L. b bookkeeper, 8 Central Wharf, h 

Cherry cor Washington 
Bowman Arthur W. bds Francis Bowman's, Shepard 
Bowman Dexter Mrs. h Broadway cor Trowbridge 
Bowman Francis, h Shepard n North Avenue 
Bowman Francis G. b commission merchant, 4 North Mar- 
ket, bds Mrs. Bowman's, Broadway 
Bowman Harriet C. Miss, dressmaker, h D'Wolf n Mt. Au- 
burn 
Boyer Daniel B. laborer, bds 1S3 Cambridge 
Buyer Marshall S. private watchman, h loo Cambridge 
Boyle James, laborer, h 107 Third 
Boyle John, grocer, Cambridge cor Windsor, h same 
Boyle Mary Mrs. h Third n Charles 
Boyle Nancy Mrs. h 107 Third 
Boynton John L. policeman, h 115 Cambridge 
Boyntcii Morris 13. b provision dealer, 53 Commercial, h oo 

Cherry 
Brabrook Ezra H. b 4 and 6 Union, h 298 Harvard 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 15 

Brackett Charles W. clerk, bds Bit. Auburn cor Hilliard 
Brackett Eliza K. assistant teacher Webster Grammar 

School, bds Magazine cor Walnut 
Brackett Henry T. conductor Union K.R. h Sydney n Front 
Brackett Isaac F. b clerk, 53 Hanover, h rear of C. Tufts, 

Prospect 
Brackett James (Whitney & Brackett) furniture dealer, 

Brattle Square, h Everett 
Brackett Jeremiah F. driver Union R. R. bds Dickman's, 

North Avenue 
Brackett Joseph, sexton, h Mt. Auburn cor Hilliard 
Brackett William H. carriage painter, bds Mt. Auburn cor 

Hilliard 
Bradbury Caleb, glass packer, h Gore n Third 
Bradbury Caleb B. b clerk, h -13 Spring 
Bradbury Charles W. b clerk, 33 Summer, bds Concord Av- 
enue corner Craigie 
Bradbury George L. clerk at Twitchell's, Cambridge junc 

Hampshire, bds Morse's, Oak 
Bradbury John H. b merchant, 29 Federal, h Concord 

Avenue cor Craigie 
Bradbury Horace, b clerk, h 41 Spring 
Bradoury Walter S. b clerk, 33 Summer, bds Concord Ave- 
nue cor Craigie 
Bradbury William F. sub-master High School, h Trowbridge 

n Harvard 
Bradford Charles R, b carpets. &c. 103 Hanover, h 28 Wil- 
liams 
Bradford David, printer, bds Miles's, Charles River 
Bradford Isaac, clerk Nautical Almanac Office, Waterhouse, 
_ bds Mrs. Bradford's, Sacramento 
Bradford Sarah Mrs. h Sacramento n Oxford 
Bradeeue Jacob, mason, bds Mrs. Caldwell's, Fourth 
Bradley Abraham, carpenter, h Bridge op Water 
Bradley Henry, bds Reed's Tavern, Gore 
Bradley Robert, laborer, h Hancock n Franklin 
Bradshaw Aaron, b 7 Central Wharf, h Erie n Magazine 
Bradshaw Albert, b confectioner, 57 1-2 Court, h Suffolk n 

Columbia 
Bradshaw (Mara Mrs. h n Huntington's, Mt. Auburn 
Bradshaw Edwin, clerk, bds Mt. Auburn 
Brady Bridget, Miss, variety store, Vine n Third 
Brady Joanna Mrs b Welch's Block, North 
Brady John, laborer, b Fifth n Vine 
Brady Patrick, Btone cutter, h Welch's Block, Short 
Brainard Eugene, Laborer, h Sparks 
Branch Sidney, driver Union EL 11 bds Mrs. Brown's, River 
Brand .John, shipmaster, h Harvard n II. .1. K. 11. 



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Brannagan Francis X. clergyman, h Fourth oj 

Church 
Brannagan John, lal r Dublin 

mi Jame3, glass maker, h Fourth d Bri 
Brannan Mary Airs, h Charles n Fourth 
Brannan Timothy, laborer, h Mason cor Garden 
Braslan Dennis, glass maker, bds 19 Fourth 
Braslan John, laborer, li Dublin 
Braslan Patrick. Laborer, h Spruce ■ 
Braslan Patrick, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
Braslan Timothy, laborer, h Spruce 
Brassell Patrick, laborer, h rear 14 Pine 
Brasslan Owen, laborer, h Willard n Brattle 
Brassell Thomas, laborer, h Dana n Broadway 
Brattles Edward, gardener, at Mrs. Waterhouse's, Water- 
house 
Bray Edwin, bookkeeper at Kinsley's, Main, h -55 Prospect 
Brazee Morton P. Mrs. h 99 Thorndike 
Brazee Morton P. carpenter, bds Flanders' Exchange, Cam- 
bridge 
Brazier Franklin J. (Chaney & Co.) soap maker, Clark, h 

Clark n Harvard 
Brenan John, laborer, h Winthrop n Brighton 
Brennan James, laborer, h Pleasant n Somerset 
Brennan Margaret Mrs. li 123 Bridge 
Brennan Michael, upholsterer, h Third n Charles 
Brennan William J. brush maker, h Winter n Third 
Bresnihan Patrick, laborer, h Spruce n Dublin 
Brewer Isaac D. b tobacconist, li South Market, h Magazine 

n Perry 
Brewer David, provision dealer, Brighton n Harvard Square, 

bds School Court 
Brewer Thomas IT. provision dealer, Brattle n Harvard 

Square, h Howard, Ward 1 
Brewer William A. b drug broker, 7 Doane, bds Main cor 

Prospect 
Brewerton George, glass cutter, h Sixth n Spring 
Brewster Henry B. printer, h Harvard n junc Main 
Brewster John, b (Brewster, Sweet & Co.) banker, 40 State, 

h Brattle cor Sparks 
Bridden Benjamin F. policeman, h 47 Brookline 
Brigham Charles, mariner, h Eliot n Mt. Auburn 
Brigham Freeman, glass cutter, h Austin Street PI 

press Cambridge and Boston, bdt 
Isor 
Brigham Peter, h 15 Windsor n School 

d Peter M. i, 94 Milk, bds 15 W! 

Bright Elizabeth Mrs. h Baldwin 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 17 

Bright John J. (H. 0. & J. J. Bright) ice dealer, bda Gil- 
man's, Broadway L. P. 
Bright Horace O. (H. 0. & J. J. Bright) ice dealer, h 8 

Broadway cor Court 
Bright Luther, teamster, h 17 Front 

Brinckerhoif Isaac, surgeon U. S. N. h Appian Way n Brattle 
Brine John F. b tailor, 93 Washington, h 89 Gore 
Brine Robert, tailor, h Stevens's Court 
Brine Robert, jr. tailor, Cambridge cor Second, h Winter n 

Fourth 
Brine William, tailor, 105 Bridge, h rear Winter 
Briney Thomas, glass blower Bay State Glass House, h Som- 

erville 
Brinkley Richard, b laborer, h 1 Hastings 
Britman John, painter, bds 34 Cherry 
Britton Henry A. carpenter, bds 112 Thorndike 
Brogan James, laborer, h rear 5 Washington 
Brohan Patrick, laborer, h Third n Charles 
Bronsdon Charles, carpenter, h Bath n Mt. Auburn 
Brooks Elizabeth Mrs. h 4 Holyoke 
Brooks James W. b attorney, 76 State, bds Miss Upham's, 

Kirkland 
Brooks John, carpenter, bds R. Watson's, Appian Way 
Brooks John, glass maker, h 37 Winter 
Brooks Joseph, tailor, 6 Gore, h same 
Brooks Hiram, trader, h Norfolk n Harvard 
Brooks Hiram W. b clerk, 33 Battery march, bds Norfolk 
Brooks Matthew, h Harvard cor Clark 
Brooks Nathaniel P. (William C. Brooks & Co.) coal, &c. 

Bridge n Bay State Glass House, bds 27 Spring 
Brooks Samuel A. painter, h 97 Gore 
Brooks Stephen P. b pianoforte maker, 364 1-2 Washington, 

bds Lee n Main 
Brooks Susan E. h 14 Tremont 
Brooks Thomas A. cigar maker, h 12 Hastings 
Brooks William C. (& Co.) coal, &c. Bridge n Bay State 

Glass House, h 27 Spring 
Brooks William If. b school teacher, 13 Tremont Row, h 

Harvard cor Hancock 
Brother Labol, b coppersmith, h 3 Washington 
Brouston Thomas, laborer, h Gore n Fifth 
Brown Artemas Z. physician, h Webster 
Brown Barney, rope maker, h Windsor n Cambridge 
Brown Benjamin A. b produce dealer, h Pleasant n River 
Brown Benjamin F. (Seavoy & Brown), grocer, Main cor 

Western Avenue, bds Boston 
Brown Benjamin H. furniture and variety store, 111 Main, 

h at Brighton 



18 \ K [B] DIEBCTOET. 

■ Dae 

Market 

ii Charles IT. printer, h Park n Plea- nit 
Brown Daniel, wheelwright, Palmer, h Aj 
Brown Daniel S. b (Brown & Whitney) tobacco deal* 

Broad, h 94 Norfolk 
Brown Edward A. cigar maker, h Pine n Washing 
Brown Edward II. b clerk, h T Union 
Brown Elisha, shipmt Harvard 

Brown Enoch Mrs. h Coggswell Avenue 
Brown Evan, h Brattle n Brattle B 
Brown Ezekiel, expressman, h Brookline n Auburn 
Brown Francis W. soap maker, h Lincoln 
Brown Frank, bookkeeper, bds 111 Harvard 
Brown George A. b provision dealer, h Washington n Pine 
Brown George E. box makei Iway, L. P. 

Brown Gilbert P. carpenter, bds Riley's, Webster Avenue 
Brown Harriet Mrs. h Winter n Third 

i Herman, brush maker, h 104 Gore 
Brown James, laborer, h Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
Brown James, stone cutter, h Elm n Cambri 

a John, hatter, bds Flanders' Exchange, Cambridge 
Brown John T. laborer, h 1 1 Hastings 
Brown Joseph, starch manufacturer, bds 1 Front 
Brown Joseph H. machinist, bds M. W. Brown's, Market 
Brown Lyman, driver Union R. R. bds 1 Lambert Avenue 
Brown Major W. h Market cor B) 
Brown Mary Miss, h Winthrop n Winthrop Square 
Brown Mary Mis. h Pleasant n Green 
Brown Mary A. Mrs. h 1 Front 
Brown Overy Mrs. h River n Cottage 

i Peter, stone cutter, h Vine n Third 
Brown Richard G. paper hanger, h H.u 

bert C. blacksmith, Main cor Court, h Pioneer 

a Robert R. carpenter, h Webster Avenue n Windf 
Quel A. tin pedler, h North Avenue n Meachani 
Brown Samuel S. laborer, h 4 Hastings 
Brown Stephen D. h Pleasant n Green 

Brown Thomas C. b clerk, Xew Devonshire, bds at L. Bow- 
ers', ! 
Brown Timothy A. Mrs. bis Elm cor Tenny C 
Brown Waterman, engineer, bds Reed's Tavern, Bridge 
Brown William, boiler maker, h 5 Was 
Brown William, real estate agent. Harvard Square cor Dun- 

ster, h 3 Bow 
Brown William A. b plumber, 48 School. 



CAMBRIDGE [ B ] DIRECTOKY. 19 

Brown William F. b printer, bds Mrs. Tidd's, Park 

Brown William S. b cracker dealer, bds Market cor Bristol 

Brown William W. author, h Webster Avenue n Hampshire 

Brown Zephaniah II. hairdresser, 3? Cambridge, bds 87 
Cambridge 

Brownell Zebeclee G. keeper Eustis House, North Avenue n 
Sacramento 

Brownlow Joseph, b expressman, h Perry n Magazine 

Bruce Abel W. assessor, h 13 Auburn 

Bruce Charles, lather, bds 42 Cherry 

Bruce Charles W. dry goods, North Avenue n Walden, h 
Orchard 

Bruce George, cooper, bds 42 Cherry 

Bruce Joseph C. bookkeeper, at Thayer & Co's. Main, bds 

A. W. Bruce's, 13 Auburn 
Bruce Thomas G. engineer Cambridge Water Works, h 

Wyeth's Lane 
Brum Antonio E. hairdresser, 55 Cambridge, bds Third cor 

Cambridge 
Brunt William, laborer, h Willard n Brattle 
Brush John, upholsterer, h Harvard n Main 
Bryan Edward J. carpenter, h Walnut cor Sydney 
Bryant Benjamin, lather, bds 78 Prospect 
Bryant John, policeman, h Eliot n Mt. Auburn 
Bryant Lewis, b provision dealer, h Ainory n Hampshire 
Bryant Lewis H. h Story n Brattle 
Bryant Sophia Mrs. h 78 Prospect 
Bryant William T. provision dealer, h Willow, V. ard 5 
Buck John S. carpenter, bds 87 Spring 
Buck Lucius A. moulder, h 59 Columbia 
"Buck Mary Mrs. h West cor Inman 
Buck Silas B. carpenter, h GO Thorndike 
Buckingham Joseph T. h Buckingham n Graigie 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, h Water n Railroad 
Buckley Daniel, laborer, h Spruce 
Buckley Daniel A lith, 374 Main, bds at Mrs. 

Buckley .James, laborer, h North n Lowell R. R. 

t, Ward 3 
Buck! 

• Timothy, laborer, h Harvard n junc Main 
Buckley William, laborer, It 6 Brick Alley, North 
Buffum James !>. b paper hanger, b 80 School 
Buffum Samuel, t> paper hanger, bds 80 School 
Buffum William II. )> shoemaker, h 219 Broadway 
Bullard Asa, b clergyman, 13 Cornhill, h 24 ('outre 
Bullard [saac II. mouldei , h Eaton 
Bullard James, bookbin ler, bda Western Avenue n Putnam 



20 CAMBRIDGE [ B ] DIRECTORY. 



Ballard Joel, moulder, beta 267 Main 
Ballard Louisa J), private school, Austin, bda 24 Centre 
Ballard Stephen 11. b 48 State, h Quincy n Broadway 
Bailer Henry, cabinet maker, h Fifth n Vine 
Bollock Albert, b tobacconist, 9 'Change Avenue, h Maga- 
zine cor Hamilton 
Bullock Charles, dentist, Main cor Norfolk, h same 
Bullock William W. b Secretary Franklin Union and Peo- 
ple's Loan Association, 41 Tremont, h Putnam 
Bunker Alfred, carpenter, h North Avenue n Linmean 
Bunnell Abner B. carpenter, bds Mrs. McNorton's, Brighton 
Burdakin John C. keeper Court House, h Fifth n Thorndike 
Burdakin John H. clerk Register of Deeds Office, bds Fifth 

n Thorndike 
Burdakin John S. b clerk, 55 Kilby, bds 19 Sixth 
Burdakin Joseph, glass cutter, h 19 Sixth 
Burdett Cordelia, Miss, h Dana op Centre 
Burdett John D. G. b hat store, 132 Washington, h Centre 

cor Hancock 
Burdett Mary, Miss, h Dana op Centre 
Burgess John 11. cabinet maker, n Osborn's, bds 257 Main 
Burgess Mary E. Mrs. teacher Putnam Middle School, bds 

107 Cambridge 
Burgess Thomas M. carpenter, h 129 Cambridge 
Burgess William D. box maker, at Osborn's, h Livermore 
Burgess William De F. H. printer, bds Mrs. Wardwell's, 

Western Avenue 
Burgess William H. box maker, Osborn's, h School op Pine ' 
Burke Adolph, brush maker, h Fifth n Vine 
Burke Barney, laborer, h Pleasant n Somerset 
Burke James, laborer, h 180 Bridge 
Burke John, laborer, h Lee cor West 
Burke John, laborer, h Sparks n Catholic Church 
Burke John, stone cutter, h Third n Court 
Burke Patrick, laborer, h Franklin n Bay 
Burke Thomas S. bds 9 Cherry 
Burleigh Jacob N. b (Humphrey, Fiske & Co.) flour dealer, 

214 State, h 64 Washington 
Burlingame Anson, attorney, bds Clinton cor Main 
Burnett Lewis, h Charles River n Mt. Auburn 
Burnham George, teamster, bds Holt's, Cambridge 
Burnham Gershom T. b carpenter, 61 Portland, h Hancock 

n Centre 
Burnham Robert, mason, bds Mrs. McNorton's, Brighton 
Burnham Sarah M. Miss, assistant teacher Putnam Gram- 
mar School, bds 61 Thorndike 
Burnham Susan Mrs. h near Charles River 
Burnham William II. ice dealer, bds Flanders' Exchange 



CAMBRIDGE [B] DIRECTORY. 21 

Burns James, laborer, h Vine n Fifth 

Burns James, mason, h Hancock n Franklin 

Burns James, pedler, h Webster Avenue n Somerville 

Burns John, baker, h Windsor n Webster Avenue 

Burns John, laborer, h North n East 

Burns John, jr. clerk, h 33 Winter 

Burns Peter, laborer, h Bridge op Water 

Burns Thomas, laborer, at A. C. Sanborn's, Magazine 

Burns Thomas, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 

Burns Timothy, provision dealer, Brighton, h same 

Burns William, cook, at Teague's, h 418 Main 

Burpee Eliphalet, teamster, h Columbia n Cambridge 

Burpee James, h Pleasant n Western Avenue 

Burpee Joseph E. mason, h Prospect n Cambridge 

Burpee Nathaniel, h Columbia n Cambridge 

Burpee Samuel W. teamster, h Columbia n Cambridge 

Burr Lemuel, hairdresser, Main cor Essex, h Hampshire n 

Webster Avenue 
Bur-rage Josiah (Burrage, Shepherd & Co.) lumber dealer, 

.Broadw.y cor Court, L. P. , h Prospect n Broadway 
Burrage Josiah K. (Burrage, shepherd & Co.) lumber 
dealer, Broadway cor Court, bus J. Burrage's, Pros- 
pect n Broadway 
Burrage William W. b counsellor, 4 Niles' Block, bds Pros- 
pect n Broadway 
Burridge Joseph, grocer, Main, L. P., h Broadway L. P. 
Burridge Joseph, jr. clerk, Main, h Main cor Pleasant 
Burridge Ward J. b nautical instrument maker, 125 State, 

bds 6 Broadway L. P. 
Burrill George B. teamster, h 6 Third 
Burroughs Charles IT. hackinan, h 44 Norfolk 
Burroughs Leonard, produce dealer, h rear 50 Columbia 
Burrows William W. b flour dealer, 64 Commercial, h North 

Avenue n Chauncy 
Burt Riverius V. brewer, h 117 Cambridge 
Burt Stephen, glass maker, h 4 Gore 
Burton Anson, b (Harvey, Burton & Co.) brush maker, 27 

Exchange, factory ( J1 Gore, h Somerville 
Burton Edward, b brass finisher, h 17 Sixth 
Burton Ezra, b (Harvey, Barton & Co.) brush maker, 27 

Exchange, factory 91 Gore, bds 102 Cambridge 
Burton Matilda EL Mrs. li Fourth n Cambridge 
Busby John, blacksmith, li Third n Charles 
Bush Elizabeth Mrs. h Spruce d li 
Busnach Mi Main, h 19 Br<> 

Buildings 
Butcher Daniel, waiter, li Ha enue 

Butler Albert L. clerk Police Court, bds 27 Second 



22 < LMBBIDGI [01 ] > l II Kr TO II I « 

Bailer Ann Mrs h 96 Spring 

Batler David, h Harrison Avenue n Plea 

Butler George, b pianoforte polisher, li l'7 Hampshire 

Butlei varnisher, li Pear] o 

Hut I- 

Batler Harriet A ie Alphabet : urth, 

i» 1- 27 Second 
Bailer James, laborer, h 17 Winter 
Batler Jerrold, cooper, 
Batler Joel, organ maker, at Stevens's, h B 
Batler John, Laborer, h re i 
Butler John, laborer, h Bridge n Fourth 
Butler John, Btone cutter, bds 102 Cambridge 
Butler John R. b machinist, h 81 Norfolk 
Butler Joseph W. waiter, U Colombia n Ham] 
Butler Martha II. teacher Thorn-like Alphabet S 

•J 7 Second 
Butler Patrick, baker, li Valentine n Brookline 
Butler William G. hairdresser, bds B7 Cambi 
ButtertieM George, mariner, bds Hampshire n Prospect 
ButtertieM John, b provision dealer, h Fifth 
ButtertieM Lucy Mrs, h Hampshire n Prospect 
ButtertieM Thomas W. b printer, h 371 Main 
ButtertieM William A. F. carpenter, h Village n 9( 
ButtertieM William P. leather dresser, h Main n Win If 
Buttrick Elisabeth G. Miss, h Norton cor Wright 
Buttrick Ephraim, attorney, h Divinity Avenue n Kirk 
Buttrick George, baker, h Tremont cor Hampshire 
Buxton Benjamin Mrs. h Winthrop cor Holyoke 
Buxton Charles B. fish dealer, bds Mr. Fellows', Franklin 

n Pleasant 
Buxton John, fireman, h Granger's Yard, Bridge 
Byers Edward, carpenter, h Brighton n br 
By ram Eben S. cabinet maker, h Jay n Western Avenue 
Byrne Michael, laborer, h North Avenue cor Chaoncj 
Byrns John, glass cutter, h 69 Spring 
Byrns John W. clerk, bds Winter cor Fourth 

Cabot Charles II. brass finisher, h Fifth n Spring 
Cade George L. grocer, 879 Main, h same 
Cade Patrick, brush maker, h Charles n Fourth 
Cade William B. polisher, h 7 Windsor 
Cahill Daniel, gardener, h Cambridge 
Cahill Dennis h Franklin n Hancock 

Cain Mary Mrs. h Kinnard n Western Awnue 
Cairns Rosanna Mrs. h Windsor n Cam 
Calahan John, laborer, h Short, Ward o 
Caldwell Almira Mrs. h '.'•". Cambridge 



CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 23 

Caldwell Christopher, teamster, h Short 
Caldwell Humphrey P. b crockery ware, 100 Court, h Har- 
vard n Lee 

Caldwell James A. butter dealer, h Plymouth 

Caldwell Matthew, laborer, h Prince 

Caldwell Rebecca, boarding house, Fourth n the church 

Caldwell Samuel P. engineer, bdfi Mrs. Caldwell's, Fourth 

Caldwell Stephen, laborer, h Prospect cor Austin 

Caldwell William, postmaster, Harvard Square, h Harvard 

cor Ellery 
Call Henry F. b flour dealer, 5 Commercial, h Brattle op 

Sparks 
Callahan Andrew, b clerk, 7-j Franklin, h Harrison 
Callahan Charles, laborer, h North n Fast 
Callahan Christopher, laborer, h rear 145 Bridge 
Callahan Cornelius, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, h South 

Boston 
Callahan Dennis, fancy painter, h Fifth n Cambridge 
Callahan Edward, stone cutter, h Pine n Harvard 
Callahan Jeremiah, grocer, Cambridge cor Elm, h same 
Callahan John, laborer, h Kidder's Lane cor Spruce 
Callahan John, laborer, h Winthrop n Brighton 
Callahan John, laborer, h near Catholic Church, Concord 

Avenue 
Callahan Michael, laborer, h Bay cor Franklin 
Callahan Patrick, laborer, h Hampshire op Portland 
Callahan Thomas, laborer, h Foster cor Willard Place 
Callahan Timothy, laborer, h Dublin 
Callan Daniel, laborer, h 6 Willard Place 
•in Patrick, laborer, h 6 North 
Icr Benjamin F. Mrs. h Douglass's Block, Main 
Callender Charles A. school boohs and stationery, 389 Main, 
— h Somerset Place o Magazine 
Callender Frances Miss, dressmaker, Douglass's Block, 

Main, bdfl - 
Callender Sarah B. Mies, milliner, Douglass's Block, Main, 

i> Is same 
Calnan Maurice, blacksmith, b Suffolk 
Calvey John, trader, h Third o Cambridge 
Campbell Andrew, boiler maker, bds South P>oston 
Campbell Daniel, laborer, h Dublin 
Campbell Hugh, b Laborer, b Vine n Third 
Campbell El ugh, tailor, bds Nelligan's, Valentine 
Campbell John, b laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
Campbell John, machinist, h Broadwaj n Clark 
Campbell Josiah, i> Btairbuilder, I Albany, h l "> Tremont 
Campbell Oliver B b (>. Walker , 40 

Clinton, h Rockwell cor Pie 



24 OA M B BIDOE | O I " ] ■ ' •' ' " J! v • 

Campbell Robert, b provision dealer, i , h l6Tre- 

mont 

Campbell Robert, laborer, h Sparke 

Campbell Robert M. h 56 Spring 

Campbell Sarah P. Mrs. h North Avenue n Waterhouse 

Camphene Patrick, laborer, h Sarg 

Cane John, laborer, Washington Court n Putnam 
n Charles, laborer, h 6 Ha- 
il] Charlotte Mrs li 62 Gore 

Cannall Henry, clerk, bds 52 Gore 

Cannall Joseph, carpenter, bds 52 Gore 

Cannon Hugh, stone cutter, li Vine 

Cannon John, daguerreotypist, Cambridge, h 111 Caml 

Canon Maurice, teamster, bds Holt's, Cambri 

Cantlan William, switchman. Union 11. R. b 

Canty Mary, Mrs. h East n R. R. crossing 

Canty Thomas, blacksmith, h 8 Vine 

Canty Timothy, laborer, h 7 North 

Capell Thomas, carpenter, h Mt. Auburn n Bow 

Caj.cn Betsey T. assistant teacher Shepard Gramn 
bds Mrs. Brown's, Coggswell Avenue 

Capen James, laborer, h Cambridge n First 

Capen Stoddard, bds Clough's, 60 Columbia 

Capen Timothy, basket maker, h Cambridge n First 

Capper Henry T. b plumber, h Main L. P. 

Carew Thomas A. sculpture and marble worker, Mt Au- 
burn cor Brattle Square, h Everett Place 

Carey Daniel, bds 7 Hastings 

Cardon John, laborer, h Cambridge n Seventh 

Carlan Peter, soap maker, h Dooley's yard rear 128 L 

Carlan Philip, currier, bds Dooley's yard rear 128 Bridge 

Carleton Clarissa Mrs. h 6 Holyoke 

Carligan Thomas, laborer, h Sparks n Foster 

Carlin John, tailor, 115 Bridge, h same 

Carlin John, laborer, h Third n Court 

Carlin Patrick, watchman Union R. R. h Brighton op Eliot 

Carll Erastus 13. laborer, Brattle 

Carlock John 11. b watch case make, h 20G Main 

Carmichael John, brakeman Lowell R. R. bds Cambridge 
cor Fifth 

Carney Annie S. Mrs. bonnets. 99 Bri 

Canies John C. carpenter, li Fourth n Gore 

Carney Hugh F. b trunkmaker, h 99 Bridge 

y John, private watchman, h 130 Harvard 

Carpenter Ebenezer C. carpenter, h Hamilton n Pearl 

Carpenter John C. carpenter, h Hampshire cor Amory 

Carpenter Thorn and shoemaker, 1U7 Washii g 

h Hastings n M 



CAMBRIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 



25 



Carpenter Thomas, b cabinet maker, h Harvard n Davis 

Carr Bernard, soap maker, h Valentine n Pearl 

Carr Charles, soap maker, h Valentine n Pearl 

Carr Ellen Mrs. h 22 Winter 

Carr Hugh, glass maker, bds 115 Bridge 

Carr John, soap maker, Bridge op Bay Styxte Glass House 

Carr John, laborer, h Main n G. J. R. R. 

Carr John H. glass maker, bds 115 Bridge 

Carr Margaret, Mrs. h Vine n Fourth 

Carr Patrick, h Valentine n Pearl 

Carr Thomas, bds Vine n Fourth 

Carroll Arthur, clerk, 10 Merchants Exchange, bds 

. Otis cor Fourth 
Carroll Bridget Mrs. h Fourth n Bridge 
Carroll Charles, usher High School, Boston, bds Kirkland 

n Sumner 
Carroll Charles H. h Otis cor Fourth 
Carroll Edward, barrel dealer, h Windsor n Webster A v. 
Carroll James, laborer, h Prison Point Bridge 
Carroll James H. machinist, Boston & Lowell R. R. repair 

shop, h 9 Winter 
Carroll John, glass maker, h Bridge n Fourth 
Carroll Patrick, vegetable pedler, h Bridge n Fourth 
Carroll Thomas, hatter, h Vine n Fourth 
Carroll Thomas, laborer, h Garden 
Carroll William, blacksmith, h Canal 
Carroll William, marble worker, h Charles n Third 
Carruth Charles E. grocer, 61 River, h 62 River 
Carruth Mary J. dressmaker, bds 62 River 
Carson Andrew B. glass maker, h 30 Fourth 
Carson Catherine, Mrs. h Bridge n Third 
Garswell John, laborer, h Brighton n bridge 
Carter Frank, driver Union R. R. h Daniels' Court 
Carter George, glass maker, h rear Cambridge and east of 

Willow Place 
Carter George H. b clerk, h 65 Third 
Carter George P. b (Charles Hickling & Co.) bookbinder, 

75 Sudbury, h Auburn a Magazine 
Carter Harriet W. Mrs. h Oxford Q Sacramento 
Carter James, It laborer, h 40 Broadway 
Carter Luke, b 118 Milk, h Main n Dana 
Carter Nathaniel, b merchant tailor, 24 Washington, h 

Harvard em- ISoanlman 
Carter Sarah Mrs. h Harrison Avenue n River 
Carter William, glass maker, h Fourth n Cambridge 
Carter William E. gardener, h Linmcan cor Raymond 
Cartret Abigail, Mrs. h Green n City Hall 
Cartwright Ezekiel, rope maker, h ;; Austin 



26 CAMBRIDGE |C] IH RECTORY. 

Cartwright Joseph P. wheelwright, bds "> Austin 

Cartwright Samuel, painter, h Harvard cor Pine 

Carty Henry, bell hanger, h Willow Place 

Carver David, soap maker, bds Green n Pleasant 

Cary Mary, Mrs. h Ware n Harvard 

Case Lyman G. b expressman, h 67 Columbia 

Casey Andrew, baker, h 7 Pine 

Casey Bernard, carpenter, h Hastings cor Moore 

Casey Cornelius, laborer, h 8 Brick Alley, North 

Casey Daniel, wood turner, bds Harvard cor Davis 

Casey Edward, teamster, h rear Dexter's store, Broadway 

Casey Hannah Mrs. h Harvard cor Davis 

Casey James, jr. brush maker, bds Bridge n Fourth 

Casey Mary Mrs. h 10 North 

Casey Patrick, laborer, h Eliot n Mt. Auburn 

Casey Thomas J. carver, bds 82 Fourth 

Casey Timothy, laborer, h 12 North 

Casey William, laborer, Brookline n Perry 

Casey William, sexton and undertaker, h 82 Fourth 

Cashman David A. printer, h Mt. Auburn n Bow 

Cashman John, laborer, h near Tuttle 

Casper Nicholas, brass spinner, h 104 Gore 

Cass James, laborer, h rear Gore n Lambert 

Cassidy Edward, glass cutter, h rear 104 Gore 

Cassidy Edward, gardener, h Pearl op Cottage 

Cassidy Patrick, carpenter, h Webster Av. n Somerville 

Cassidy Thomas, printer, bds Pearl op Cottage 

Cassin Lawrence, shoemaker, h Gore n Second 

Cate Elijah G. b bookkeeper, 104 Summer, h 64 Cambridge 

Gate Louisa L. Mrs. h North Avenue op Common 

Caughey xlrthur, brass finsher, h Baldwin 

Cavanagh Patrick, glass maker, h Cambridge n Windsor 

Cavanagh Francis, plumber, h Third n Court 

Cavanagh James, gardener, h Harvard cor Ellery 

Cavanagh John, laborer, h Franklin n Putnam 

Cavanagh Michael, teamster, bds Holt's, Cambridge 

Cavanagh Patrick, laborer, h Second 

Caverly, Francis, clerk, at E. M. Abbott's, Brookline, h 

Walnut n Sydney 
Cazneau Henry R. bookbinder, h Jay n Western Avenue 
Chadbourne Isaac, b organ builder, h Hampshire cor 

Bristol 
Chaddock Sturgis, b gas house findings, Comey's Wharf, 

h Tremont cor Gardner 
Chadwick Alfred, box maker, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Chadwick Guy K. b provision dealer, bds W. EL Hubbard's, 

Second 
Chadwick Samuel, hatter, Cherry cor School, h 371 Main 



CAMBRIDGE [O] DIRECTORY. 27 

Chaell William, lather, h Windsor n Cambridge 
Chaffee Charles S. b clerk, 26 Kilby, bds 118 Cambridge 
Chaffee Knowlton S. (& Cummings) charcoal, junc Bridge 

and Cambridge, h 118 Cambridge 
Chaffee Thomas, clerk, bds 118 Cambridge 
Chalk Abraham A. shoemaker, h Gore n Sixth 
Challies Charles D. blacksmith, h 22 East 
Chamberlain Andrew L. b grocer, 1 Endicott, h Follen 
Chamberlain Andrew L. jr. b looking glass maker, bds 

Follen 
Chamberlain Charles C. b clerk, bds Follen 
Chamberlain Henry M. b 115 Milk, h Magazine n Willow 
Chamberlain James F. b silver plater, 104 Washington, h 

Baldwin n Kirkland 
Chamberlain Samuel A. laborer, h Short n Pleasant 
Chamberlin Arfred N. h 6 Union 
Chamberlin Daniel U. hardware, 412 Main, h Magazine 

cor Walnut 
Chamberlin George H clerk, 412 Main, bds Brattle 
Chamberlin John, b (Chamberlin & Waugh) liquors, 161 

Blackstone, h Kirkland cor Sumner 
Chamberlin John, carpenter, h Garden n Appian Way 
Chamberlin Mary Mrs. h Brattle n Appian Way 
Chandler Ebenezer M. provision dealer, Harvard Square, 

h Amory n Broadway 
Chandler Edward R. b hatter, h Cottage Court 
Chandler Elizabeth Mrs. h Pleasant n Short 
Chandler James, b stone cutter, bds Pleasant 
Chandler Jane Mrs. nurse, h 29 Washington 
Chandler John A. grocer, 321 Main cor Windsor, b same 
Chandler William, bookbinder, bds Pleasant n Short 
Chaney Sylvanus B. (Thomas Chaney & Co.) soap manu- 
facturer, Clark, h Clark n Harvard, 
Chaney Thomas, (Thomas Chaney & Co ) soap manufac- 
turer, Clark n Harvard, h Broadway cor Moore 
Channing Edward T. Mrs. h Quincy n Harvard 
Chant Frank, driver, Union R. R. h Watertown 
Chapin Gardner B. b (Meloon &) produce, 48 Blackstone, 

h 141 Cambridge 
Chapin George T. b clerk, bds 111 Cambridge 
Chaplin Charles, laborer, h a Kidder's Lane 
Chaplin Charles, laborer, li Harvey 
Chaplin Sarah T. Mrs. h Austin cor Inman 
Chapman Faulkner, carriage painter, bds Mt. Auburn cor 

Story 
Chapman Francis L, carriage manufacturer, Brattle n 

Palmer, li Story n Brattle 
Chapman Harriet 15 Mrs. h Brattle Square 



28 CAMBRIDGE [0 1 DIBECTOBY. 

Chapman James, b paper hanger, h Pearl n Perry 
Chapman Nathaniel B. carpenter, bdsMt. Auburn cor Story 

Chapman William, laborer, h Cambridge cor Webster Av. 

Chapman William, jr. carpenter, h Cambridge cor Webster 

Avenue 
Charmois Victor, carver, 7 Seventh 
Chase Freeman H. teamster, h Deacon 
Chase Herman, b roller maker, h 124 Columbia 
Chase Hiram L. physician, h Main n Hancock 
Chase Isaac B. engineer Boston and Lowell R. R. h 45 

Thorndike • 

Chase Isaac F. tin plate worker, h 84 Gore 
Chase James M, b attorney, 46 Court, bds Ash 
Chase Jeremiah C. nurseryman, h Broadway n Norfolk 
Chase John L. roofer, h Winter Street Place 
Chase Moses B. chaplain U. S. Navy, h Ash 
Chase Samuel F. C. teamster, h 56 Elm 
Chase Simeon C. painter, h River op Williams 
Cheever Rachel P. Mrs. h rear 32 Norfolk 
Cheney Charles J. conductor Union R. R. bds Jones', 

Church 
Chickering John W. laborer, h School n Main 
Child Caroline, assistant teacher High School, bds Harvard 

cor Prospect 
Child Francis J. Boylston Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory 

H. U. bds Miss Upham's, Kirkland 
Child Joseph, b sailmaker, 2 North Market, h Harvard cor 

Prospect 
Child Joseph, jr. b shoe and leather dealer, bds Harvard 

cor Prospect 
Child William B. clerk, h Auburn cor Pearl 
Child Edward F. pedler, h Broadway rear Lum's 
Childs John J. rope maker, h 9 Short 
Childs Martin G. b watch repairer, bds 9 Short 
Childs Moses, clerk, bds Mrs. McNorton's, Brighton 
Childs Spencer, teamster, bds 34 Cherry 
Chipman Albion, cabinetmaker, h 99 Thorndike 
Chipman Henry, tinman, h Sixth n Spring 
Chittick Robert, laborer, h North Avenue op Common 
Choate Charles F. b counsellor, 1 Devonshire, h Oxford 
Choate Thomas J. b bookbinder, 57 Washington, h Frank- 
lin n Brookline 
Christian Tanguy, shoemaker, h Dooley's Yard rear 128 

Bridge 
Christie William, overseer Union R. R. stables, bds E. C. 

Bites'. Austin street Court 
Church Abraham, laborer, li Hastings 
Churchill William 0. oysterman, h 123 Spring 



CAMBRIDGE [O] DIRECTORY. 29 

Claflen David D. painter, Union Square, h North Avenue n 
Meacham 

Claflen James S. painter, Union Square, h Maple n Milk 

Clapp Andrew, laborer, bds Smith's, Third 

Clapp Channing, b clerk, bds Mrs. Clapp' s, Cambridge n 

Sumner 
Clapp Charles C. b music store, 69 Court, h Mt. Auburn 
cor Gardiner Place 

Clapp Frederick, b (Daniel Cummings & Co.) wooden ware 
dealer, 42 South Market, h Magazine cor Franklin 

Clapp Frederick, jr. bds Magazine cor Franklin 

Clapp Horace, mason, h 1 Chestnut 

Clapp Lucia D h Cambridge n Sumner 

Clapp William E. brass finisher, bds 80 School 

Clapp William G. b pianoforte maker, at T. Gilbert's, h 
Williams n Pearl 

Clarence Martha H. teacher Dunster Alphabet School, 
Concord Avenue, bds Garden n Shepard 

Clarence Martha M. Mrs. h Garden n Shepard 

Clark Albert E. engineer, h Main L. P. 

Clark Alvan, (Alvan Clark & Sons) telescope maker, Brook- 
line n bridge, h same 

Clark Alvan G. (Alvan Llark & Sons) telescope maker, bds 
Brookline 

Clark Ambrose H. conductor Union R. E. h Brooks n Mag- 
azine 

Clark Bartlett, laborer, h College Wharf 

Clark Benjamin P. confectioner, 31 Franklin, h same 

Clark Chester N. (& Packard) feather duster manufacturer, 
58 Cambridge, h Fourth n Otis 

Clark Edward, laborer, h Brighton n bridge 

Clark Elijah P. Mrs. h Mason n Brattle 

Clark Francis, painter, bds 72 Gore 

Clark George B. (Alvan Clark & Sons) telescope maker, h 
Brookline n bridge 

Clark Henry H. printer, bds Carew's, Everett Place 

Clark Henry J. Assistant Professor of Zoology in the Law- 
rence Scientific School, Kirkland 

Clark Hosea, (& Watiiss) wool dealer, Main h Broadway 
cor Prospect 

Clark Hyacinth, laborer, h Cambridge n W r illow Place 

Clark John, carpenter, li College Wharf 

Clark J. Milton, b waiter, h rear 84 Norfolk 

Clark Joseph, )) painter, h Fourth n Winter 

Clark Joseph II. law student, bds Mrs. Clark's, Mason n 
Brattle 

Clark Luther, b physician, :'>7 Pinckney h 660 Main 

(lark Maria Mrs. h Auburn COT Pearl 



30 CAMBRIDGE [O] DIRECTORY. 



Clark Ozias, carpenter, h 68 South Fourth 

Clark Patrick laborer, h Gore op Squire's Pork House 

Clark Samuel A. clerk, bds 2 Norfolk 

Clark Simon P. carpenter, Cherry n School, h 40 Cherry 

Clark Thomas, baker, h Spring n Third 

Clark Thomas, shoe store, North Avenue n Porter's Station, 

h Rice 
Clark William, laborer, h South n Brighton 
Clark William E. clerk, bds 73 Prospect 
Clark W T illiam G. clerk and treasurer Cambridge W'ater 

Works, Main cor Douglass, h 73 Prospect 
Clarke Alexander, glass cutter, h Winter cor Fourth 
Clarke Benjamin, carpenter, h Gerry n Mt. Auburn 
Clarke Edwin R. stone cutter, h Otis n Sixth 
Clarke Moses, physician, h 66 Otis 
Clarke Patrick T. b clerk, h Vine n Fifth 
Clarke Sarah, Mrs. h Auburn cor Pleasant 
Clarkson Thomas, b jeweller, 89 Washington, h Jennings 
Clary David, laborer, h Bridge op Bay State Glass House 
Clary Francis P. laborer, h Baldwin 
Clary John, laborer, h East, Hastings' Wharf 
Claussen Francis F. shipmaster, h Bowdoin n Linnaean 
Claussen Peter N. French boot maker, Brighton n Harvard 

Square, h Green n Putnam 
Cleary Charles, stone cutter, h Washington n junc Main 
Cleveland Mary W. Mrs. h Brighton cor Winthrop Square 
Cleveland William C. student, bds Mrs. Cleveland's, 

Brighton 
Clifford Charles W. brush maker, bds 298 Main 
Clinton William H. b clerk, 87 Cambridge, bds Simonds's, 

Prospect 
Cloonan Michael, laborer, h Eliot n Mt. Auburn 
Clooney John P. b printer, h 78 Fourth 
Clough Edwin A. b clerk, bds Thorndike n Fifth 
Clough John K. b bookbinder, 57 Wash'ngton,h 60 Columbia 
Clouston William, carpenter, h Williams n Magazine 
Cloutman Abby P. dressmaker, bds Mrs. Duparr's, 1 Pros- 
pect 
Clukas William H. cabinet maker, h 129 Gore 
Clune Frank, b clerk, h Dickinson n Clark 
Cobb Francis B. b clerk, h 88 Harvard 
Cobb Josiah H. b grocer, 99 Cambridge, h Fremont n 

River 
Cobb Nathaniel L. blacksmith, bds 104 Cambridge 
Coburn Calvin, organ builder, h 118 Spring 
Cochran David, laborer, h Murdock n Hampshire 
Cochran Michael, printer, h Green n Putnam 
Cockran Richard, h 12 Brattle Square 



CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 31 

■ Cockran Thomas, blacksmith, bds 12 Brattle Square 
Cookery Enos, laborer, h Brighton n Winthrop 
Cockiiu James, laborer, h near Lowell R. R. n East 
Cocklin William, laborer, h Harvard n Brimmer Block 
Cockran Richard, h 12 Brattle Square 
Colfee Cornelius, laborer, h North n East 
Coffee Dennis, gate tender, Lowell Railroad, h North n'East 
Coffee Margaret Mrs. h Columbia n Hampshire 
Coffee Michael, laborer, h near Lowell R. R. East 
Coffin James C. b hairdresser, h Davis n Broadway 
Cofran Noah M. policeman, h Gerry 

Cofi an Samuel M. brick maker, h Concord Avenue n Cath- 
olic Church 
Cogin Ellen Mrs. h rear 136 Bridge 
Cogswell Francis, Master Putnam Grammar School, bds 61 

Thorndike 
Cogswell Margaret E. Mrs. h Harvard cor Dana . 
Cokeley Timothy, teamster, bds Garden cor Shepard 
Cokeley Timothy, laborer, h Third n Charles 
Cokely Nancy Mrs. h Vine n Fourth 
Cokely Patrick, h Willow Place 

Cokley Patrick, laborer, h Willow Place n Cambridge 
Cokley Thomas, dry goods, Gore n Third, h same 
Colburn Cephas, shoemaker, h River n Harrison Avenue 
Colburh George W. b clerk, 33 Summer, h Dana op Centre 
Colburn Theodore S. architect, bds Mrs. Colburn's Ash 
Colburn Warren Mrs. h Ash n Brattle 
Colby Benjamin, tobacco presser, h 63 Fifth 
Colby Hezekiah B. teamster, h rear 127 Broadway 
Colby Lewis, clergyman, h 22 In man n Main 
Coiby Sarah Mrs. h River cor Kinnard 
Colby Simms S. carpenter, h Eaton 
Colby Thomas J. machinist, h 47 Fif h 
Cole Alfred B. carpenter, bds Jones's, Chauncy 
Cole Charles D. b publisher, 228 Washington, h Main n 

Hancock 
Cole George A. b cordwainer, bds 137 Columbia 
Cole James S. carpenter, h Fremont n Pleasant 
Cole John, b cordwainer, h 137 Columbia 
Cole Seth, b printer, h o Union 
Coleman Mark \V. tin plate worker, li Otis n Fifth 
Coleman Michael, tailor, h Charles Court * 
Coleman Thomas, lab or or, h Third n Charles 
Coles Win slow V. b music printer, 277 Washington, h rear 

14 Austin 
Col ford John, laborer, bds Broadway House 
Colgan Henry, watchman, h Hampshire n Amory 
Coll Patrick, wood turner, h Webster . venue n Windsor 



82 CAMBRIDGE [fl] DIRECTORY. 

Collamore Theodore, sash and blind maker, hSchoolnCl.uk 
Colley Benjamin E. b pianoforte maker, 481 Washington, h 

Fayette 
Collier John, grease collector, h Columbia n Somerville 
Collier Margaret Mrs. h Cambridge n Willow Place 
Collier Patrick, glass maker, h ( J Winter 
Collins David, tailor, h Elm n Hampshire 
Collins Edward, well digger, h rear Vine n Third 
Collins Elisha K. b oil and lamp dealer, 97 Water, h Har- 
vard n Lee 
Collins John, laborer, h Dublin 
Collins Michael, laborer, h Fourth n Bridge 
Collins Michael, laborer, h 12 North 
Collins Richard, laborer, h Brighton n Winthrop 
Collins Thomas G. carpenter, h Sacramento n Somerville 
Colliten Francis, laborer, h Webster Avenue 
Colman John, stone cutter, h Elm cor Hampshire 
Column John, laborer, h ttace Course n Spruce street 
Colman Michael, laborer, h Hancock n Franklin 
Colman Waterman, b clerk, 8 State, h Coggswell Avenue 
Colmire Henry, brush maker, h Sixth n Vine 
Comee Dennis F. b watchman, h 41 Cherry 
Comegys Sarah P. L. Principal Young Ladies Boarding 

School, h Follen 
Comer Robert, printer, bds Western Avenue 
Comfort James, laborer, h Brighton n Winthrop 
Conant George H. expressman, h North Avenue op Walden 
Conant Harriet Mrs. h 35 Second 

Conant Joel H. driver Union R. R. h Short n Magazine 
Conant John F. conductor Union R. R. h Somerville 
Conant Levi, h Harvard n Dana 
Conboy Thomas, laborer, h Third op Charles 
Concklin George W. (Hay ward & Co.) expressman, Office 

Green, h same 
Coney Patrick, laborer, h near Catholic Church, Concord 

Avenue 
Conlan James, laborer, h Webster Avenue 
Conlan John, laborer, h Windsor n Cambridge 
Conlan John, laborer, h Cambridge n Willow 
Conlan John, laborer, h near Dublin 

Conlan John, soap manufacturer, h Windsor n Cambridge 
Conlan Michael', soap maker, h Windsor n Cambridge 
Conlan Patrick, laborer, h 78 Fourth 
Conlan Richard, laborer, bds 59 Gore 
Conlan Samuel, soap maker, h Webster Avenue 
Conley Arthur, brush maker, bds 8 Gore 
Conley Bernard, teamster, h Garden 
Conley Bridget Mrs. h Broadway, L. P. 



CAMBRIDGE [O] DIRECTORY. 33 

Conley James, painter, h Harvard n G. J. R. R. 

Conley John, laborer, bds 2 Lambert Avenue 

Conley John, laborer, h Cambridge n Columbia 

Conley William, laborer, h Webster Avenue n Cambridge 

Council Anthony, painter, h Hancock cor Franklin 

Connell Daniel (Marston & Conn ell) grocer, North Avenue 

n Beech, bds Russell's, Spruce 
Connell James, laborer, h Green n Bay 
Connell Jeremiah, laborer, h 4 Willard Place 
Connell John, laborer, h School Court 
Connell John, laborer, h Green n Bay 
Connell Lot W. painter, h Green n Bay 
Connell Patrick, laborer, h Bay n Franklin 
Connell William, laborer, h Green n Bay 
Connelly Bernard, pedler, h Third n Charles 
Connelly John, plasterer, bds W. W. Russell's, Spruce 
Connelly Patrick, laborer, h Mt. Auburn 
Conner James, gardener, h Franklin n Bay 
Conner James, laborer, h Sparks 

Conner James, stone cutter, bds Mrs. Maxwell's, Bridge 
Conner Jeremiah, laborer, h Dunster n wharf 
Conner John, laborer, bds Green 
Conner John, stone cutter, h Charles 
Conner John, laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Conner Joseph, laborer, h Race Course n Spruce 
Conner Mary Mrs h Charles Court 
Conner Michael, laborer, h Eliot n Mt. Auburn 
Conner Timothy, laborer, h Mason cor Garden 
Conner Timothy, laborer, bis Dublin 
Conner Timothy, laborer, h Brighton 
Conners Ellen Mrs. h 11 North 
Conners Julia Mrs. h Brick Alley, North 
Gonners Michael, laborer, h 10 North 
Conners Michael, laborer, h Spruce 
Conners Michael, laborer, h Race Course n Spruce 
Conners Patrick (Smith & Conners) blacksmith, Main, h 

Brookline 
Conners Patrick, laborer, h Spruce 
Conners Thomas, laborer, h Charles n Fifth 
Connerton Edward, painter, li on marsh n Charles River 
Connerton Patrick, carpenter, h Baldwin Court n Baldwin 
Conniff Peter, laborer, h Brighton n bridge 
Connoway Michael, tailor, li rear Vine n Fifth 
Conrady Charles, bookbinder, h Blaekstone 
Conry Kern, laborer, li Einnard n Putnam 
Con ry Maurice, laborer, li West I) Lee 
Converse Benjamin, produce dealer, Norfolk n Harvard, h 

Williams (.'or Maira/ine 



34 CAMBRIDGE [O] DIRECTORY. 

Converse Granville S. clerk, bds Williams cor Magazine 

Conway Catharine Mrs. h Charles n Fourth 

Conway Martin, shoemaker, h 5 North 

Cook Benjamin, painter, h 106 Otis 

Cook Charles, b real estate broker, 81 Washington, h Mag- 
azine n the river 

Cook Ephraim, bds Beech 

Cook, Ephraim, painter, h 45 Gore 

Cook John B. trader, h Elm cor Chestnut, Ward 5 

Cook Josiah W. President Cambridge Mutual Insurance Co. 
op Irving House, h Main n Hancock 

Cook Micah W r . h Beech 

Cook Thomas D. policeman, h North Avenue n Alewife 
Brook 

Cook William Mrs. h Willow Place 

Cooke Josiah P. Erving Professor Chemistry and Mineralogy 
H. U. rooms Harvard Block, h Quincy n Harvard 

Cooley John, b porter, h Valentine n Brookline 

Coolidge Abiel, h Clark cor Washington 

Coolidge Austin J. b attorney, 39 Court, bds J. Coolidge's, 
Brattle n Fayerweather 

Coolidge Charles, printer, h Green n Hancock 

Coolidge Charles, brush maker, h 61 Spring 

Coolidge George H. hatter, h Clark n Harvard 

Coolidge John, carpenter, h 14 Brooks' Buildings n School 

Coolidge Joseph G. farmer, h Coolidge Avenue n Mt. Au- 
burn Cemetery 

Coolidge Josiah, farmer, h Brattle n Fayerweather 

Coolidge Nancy Mrs. h 403 Main 

Coolidge Oliver S. b pianoforte maker, bds Washington cor 
Clark 

Coombs Charles E. b clerk, 7 Summer, bds W. Stone's, 
School Court 

Cooney John, laborer, h Brookline n Perry 

Cooper Charles, soap manufacturer, h 71 River 

Cooper Charles A. student, bds 71 River 

Cooper Edward J. b clothes cleaner and repairer, 72 Friend, 
h Race Course 

Cooper James, b silver plater, 19 Water, h 49 Washington 

Cooper John, expressman, h 45 Fourth 

Cooper John, trader, h Broadway cor Pioneer 

Cooper John, cigar maker, bds 5 Hastings 

Cooper William, soap manufacturer, River, h 82 River 

Copeland Andrew F. b confectioner, 45 Court, h Douglass 

Copeland George H. laborer, h Windsor n Washington 

Copithorn Matthew, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 

Copithorn Richard, b laborer, h Charles n Fourth 

Copp George W. cordwainer, h Williams n Pearl 



CAMBRIDGE [O] DIRECTORY. 35 

Coppenraht Jacobus, currier, h 99 Vine 

Corcoran Archibald, cabinet maker, h 38 Hampshire 

Corcoran Jeremiah , laborer, h 120 Bridge 

Corcoran John, blacksmith, h Eliot n Mt. Auburn 

Corcoran John, printer, h Watson n Pearl 

Corcoran John, laborer, h 16 North 

Corcoran John, laborer, h rear Court n Kerosene Works 

Corcoran John, b melodeon maker, h 35 State 

Corcoran, John, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 

Corey Aaron, h Temple n Austin 

Corigan Joseph, carpenter, bds Mrs. McNorton's, Brighton 

Corkery Michael, laborer, h Webster Avenue n Somerville 

Corklan Timothy, laborer, h Hampshire n Clark 

Corklin Daniel, laborer, h Charles n Third 

Corkory Matthew, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 

Corliss Edwin, laborer, h 48 Fifth 

Cormack William, printer, h Green n Bay 

Cornell David, box maker, Broadway, h 33 Clark 

Cosgrove Thomas, laborer, h near Tuttle 

Costello Ann Mrs. h Franklin n Pleasant 

Costello James, b expressman, h 67 Pleasant 

Costello John H. b stereotyper, bds Franklin n Pleasant 

Costello Michael, engineer, h Bridge n Fourth 

Costello Michael, laborer, h Franklin n Pleasant 

Costel'o William, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, h Somer- 

ville 
Cotting William M. engineer, bds B. Simpson's, Broadway, 

L.P. 
Cotton Nathaniel, h Plymouth 

Cotton H. Norman, b clerk, 82 State, bds Adams's, Clinton 
Cottrell Adam S. lumber dealer, Charlestown, hMt. Auburn 

-. cor Story 
Couch Paul, clergyman, h Clinton 
Couch Thomas T. bds Rev. P. Couch's, Clinton 
Coughlin Daniel, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 
Coulter Andrew, hemp dresser, bds Cool's, Webster Avenue 
Covill William T. teamster, h Pearl n soap factory 
Covney Margaret Mrs. h Short, Ward 3 
Cowdin Henry G. machinist, h 129 Cambridge 
Cowdin Levi F. engineer, h Mt. Auburn cor Holyoke 
Cowen Abraham, carver, bds 22 Winter 
Cowley Jane S. Mrs. h Main, L. P. 
Cox James, b'printer, li Hampshire n Livermore 
Cox John, plasterer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Cox John , laborer, h Foster n Sparks 
Cox Leonard, Cambridge Laundry, Soden, h 32 Green 
Cox Leonard, jr. clergyman, h 6 Soden 
Cox William, laborer, li Elm n Hampshire 



CAMBRIDGE [O] DIRECTORY. 



Coy George, engineer, h 86 Fourth 

Coy George H. engineer, h Fourth n Vine 

Coy Horace S. cabinet maker, h 92 Gore 

Coy Richard, laborer, h Thorndilie cor Seventh 

Coye William J. b furrier, h near Norton 

Coyle Jane Mrs. h Garden n Arsenal 

Coyle Mark, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, h 

Somerville 
Coyle Terence, laborer, h near Dublin 
Coyle Thomas, blacksmith, h 3 Harvard 
Coyne James B. b clerk, h Fourth n Bridge 
Crabbie Miller, b (M. & R. S. Crabbie) 26 Elm and 84 

Court, liquors, h Elm n Harvard 
Crabbie Robert, b (M. & R. S. Crabbie) 26 Elm and 84 

Court, liquors, h 94 Prospect 
Crafts George W. bookbinder, h Brookline n Auburn 
Craig, John S. clerk, Faxon's, Cambridge cor Columbia, bds , 

Faxon's, Beacon, Somerville 
Craig Robert, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, bds 

Reed's Tavern, h Quincy 
Crain Charles b (Damon, Thomas & Cram) boots and shoes, 

bcls Mrs. Wenrich's, Austin 
Crain Franklin E. b (Parker, Barnes, Merriam & Co.) 99 

and 101 Milk, h Magazine cor Franklin 
Cram Charles N. pianoforte maker, State, bds Clough's, | 

Columbia 
Cram Jacob A. student at law, bds 168 Cambridge 
Crammond Jane, dressmaker, bds 84 Austin 
Crandall Robert B. carpenter, h 150 Cambridge 
Crane Elizabeth Mrs, h Brighton n Winthrop 
Crane John, grocer, Brighton cor Mt. Auburn, h D' Wolf n 

Mt. Auburn 
Crane Luther, b paper dealer, Spring Lane, h 559 Main 
Craven James, laborer, at Mrs. X. J. Wyeth's. Wyetlrs Lane 
Crawford Charles, laborer, h Sparks cor Foster 
Crawford John R painter, bds 57 Cambridge 
Crawford William H. carpenter, h rear 120 Thorndike 
Creed Dennis, baker, bds Wright's, Mt. Auburn 
Creelman Isabella Mrs. h Broadway op Boardman 
Creelman William, b bookbinder, bds Broadway op Boardman 
Creeren James, laborer, h Suffolk 
Crehan Edward, laborer, h 127 Spring 
Crely James, blacksmith, h Eliot n Mt. Auburn 
Cresbecker Conrad, brush maker, h 10 Brooks's Buildings 
Cressey Erastus T. printer, bds Rice's, Main 
Crocker George W. printer, bds Mrs. Ackers's, Perry 
Crocker William H. b drugs, &c. h 57 Cherry 
Crockett Charles, ladder pedler, h Fifth n Winter 



CAMBRIDGE [O] DIRECTORY. 37 

Cronan Denis, laborer, h Cambridge n Willow Place 

Cronan Jeremiah, blacksmith, h Dunster cor South 

Cronan Jeremiah, laborer, h West n Inman 

Cronan John, b currier, h Garden cor Shepard 

Cronan Patrick, laborer, h North n East 

Cronan Timothy, laborer, h North n East 

Cronan Timothy, carpenter, h Murdock cor Hampshire 

Cronan William, glass maker, h Willow Place cor Cambridge 

Crooker Consider M. Mrs. h Winter n Fourth 

Crosby Edward, b bookkeeper, 240 Washington, h 49 
River 

Crosby George, b brass finisher, h Fourth n Spring 

Crosby Joseph, baker, h Auburn n Brookline 

Crosby Patrick, laborer, h Franklin n Putnam 

Croscup Benjamin F. carpenter, h Brooks n Magazine 

Oroscup Collin C. carpenter, bds Western Av. cor Howard 

Croscup Edward, carpenter, h Western Avenue cor Howard 

Croscup James, carpenter, bds Western Avenue cor Howard 

Cross Daniel, laborer, h Pine n Washington 

Cross Joseph, cabinet maker, h 62 Pleasant 

Crossman Alfred W. h 50 Thorndike 

Crossman Edward L. box maker, bds Broadway n Pioneer 

Crossman Lloyd Mrs. h Broadway n Pioneer 

Crowe James, carpenter, h 16 Sixth 

Crowell Andrew, clergyman, h Preston 

Crowell Thomas H. foreman Cambridge Gas Light Co. bds 
Shepherd's, Harvard Square 

Crowley Cornelius, laborer, h East near Lowell R. R. 

Crowley Denis J. printer, h Dyke n Charles River 

Crowley Margaret Mrs. h 2 Water 

Crowley Mary Mrs. h North cor Short 

Crowley Timothy, laborer, h East n Lowell R. R. 

Cubery George, bookbinder, bds 35 Franklin 

Cuddy John, glass cutter, h Lincoln 

Cudohy Ellen Mrs. h North n East 

Cullerton James, laborer, h Willow Place 

Cummerford Sarah Mrs. h Appian Way 

Cummings Charles H. b (Cummings & Robinson) flour deal- 
er, 46 Commercial, h 494 Main 

Cummings Daniel P. (Chaifee & Cummings) charcoal, junc 
Bridge and Cambridge, h Otis cor Fourth 

Cummings Franklin, b commission merchant, 13 Doane, h 
Elm n Broadway 

Cummings John F. b bookkeeper, bds Elm n Broadway 

Cummings Sally C. Mrs. h Short n Magazine 

Cuniff Catharine Mrs. h Harvard n G. J. R. R. 

Cunningham James, laborer, h Franklin n Pleasant 

Cunningham John, h Franklin n Bay 



38 CAMBRIDGE [O] DIRECTORY. 

Cunningham Owen, grocer, h Green n Bay 

Cunningham Thomas (Cunningham, Sortwell & Co.) dis- 
tiller, Cambridge n Windsor, h Somerville 

Curley Andrew, laborer, li Harvard n railroad crossing 

Curley Martin, h near Tuttle 

Curley Michael, painter, h Hastings n G. J. R. R. 

Curran Philip, Eliot n Mt. Auburn 

Currier Alvin D. glass maker, h 80 Gore 

Currier Edward C. box maker, bdfl 49 Market 

Currier George C. b clerk, 558 Washington, bds 28 Pearl 

Currier William P. car builder, h 28 Pearl 

Curtin John, laborer, h near Sargent 

Curtin Mary Mrs. h Vine n Fourth 

Curtin Patrick Mrs. h Spruce 

Curtis Edward W. printer, bds E. K. Allen's, 17 Short 

Curtis John B. glass maker, h Third n Gore 

Curtis Thomas, laborer, h 32 Gore 

Gushing Levi L. bookseller, Harvard Square, h Ptice 

Cushman Charles, b (Milton, Cushman & Co.) 10 Milk, h 
Main n Dana 

Cushman Moses E. b Custom House, h 42 Tremont 

Cutler Curtis, b bookkeeper, 67 Broad, h Kirkland Place 

Cutler Edwin B. (Ward & Cutler) provisions, Main cor 

Prospect, bds Mrs. Brown's, River 
' Cutler Everett N. clerk, bds 28 East 

Cutler George H. carpenter, h Kirkland Place 

Cutler Isaac, carpenter, h Sumner 

Cutler Joseph, b attorney, 47 Court, h Cambridge n Sum- 
ner 

Cutter Asa, blacksmith, h North Avenue n Union Square 

Cutter Charles A. bds at J. H. Bradbury's, Concord Avenue 

Cutter Charlotte A. Miss, bds Concord Avenue cor Craigie 

Cutter Ebenezer P. b clerk, 65 Elm, bds R. H. Cutter's, 
Green cor Pleasant 

Cutter Ephraim P. mariner, bds 2 Prospect 

Cutter George, carriage smith, North Avenue n Union Sq., 
h Somerville 

Cutter George W. varnisher, h 1 Essex Court 

Cutter Isaiah, bds 34 Cherry 

Cutter James H. carriage smith. North Avenue n Union Sq. 

Cutter James M. b (Tower & Co.) stationer, 89 New Devon- 
shire, h Broadway op Amory 

Cutter Leander, jr. b varnisher, h 17 Cherry 

Cutter Peter, b hits and caps, 3 Dock Square, h 50 River 

Cutter Robert H. b hat store, 65 Elm, h Green cor Pleasant 

Cutter Samuel L. b coal dealer, 74 AVater, h 2 Prospect 

Cutter Samuel L. jr. b attorney, Barristers' Hall, 7 Curt 
Square, bds 2 Prospect 



CAMBRIDGE [D] DIRECTORY. 39 

Cutter Stephen, mariner, h 60 Spring 
Cutter Stephen S. glass inspector, bus 43 Cambridge 
Cutter Watson G. b clerk, 57 Commercial, bds 2 Prospect 
Cutting Samuel A. driver Union R. R. h rear 395 Main 
Cutting William, engineer, bds at B. Simpson's, 25 Broad- 
way n Pioneer 

Dacie John, cabinet make, Main, L. P. 
Dadman Charles R. lumber dealer, h Charles River 
Dady Patrick, laborer, h Willow Place n Cambridge 
Daggett Freeman L. musician, h Market n Union 
Dailey Elizabeth Mrs. fancy goods, 65 Cambridge, h same 
Dailey Ellen Mrs. h 69 Gore 
Dailey Owen, laborer, h Hastings 
Dailey Richard L. printer, h Cambridge cor Third 
Daily William, livery stable, Cambridge n Flanders' Ex- 
change, h 66 Sixth 
Daily Alonzo U. livery stable, bds 57 Thorndike 
Daily Charles, mason, h Willow Place 
Daily Charles, laborer, h rear Gore n Fourth 
Daily Cornelius, gardener, h Hancock n Green 
Daily Dennis, laborer, h Broadway n Fayette 
Daily Francis, grease collector, h Columbia n Somerville 
Daily George E. carriage painter, bds 57 Thorndike 
Daily James, gardener, h North Avenue n Porter's Station 
Daily James, laborer, h rear 145 Bridge 
Daily John, laborer, h Spruce cor Sargent 
Daily John, laborer, h Pearl cor Perry 
Daily John, laborer, h near Dublin 
Daily Margaret Mrs. h Spruce 
Daily Michael, b porter, h Charles n Third 
£)aily Michael, teamster, h Broadway op Pioneer 
Daily Uriah J. b livery stable, Cambridge, h 57 Thorndike 
Dakin Charles E. carpenter, bds Croscup's, Brooks 
Dale George II. b last maker, bds 56 Gore 
Dale George, glass maker, h 56 Gore 
Dale Thomas J. saloon, 47 Cambridge, h same 
Dallinger Charles, hat store, Main op Pearl, h Magazine 

cor Cottage 
Dallinger Elizabeth Mrs. h Main n Pioneer 
Dallinger Elizabeth EL teacher Bridge Primary School, bds 

at Mrs. El. Dallmger's, Main, L. P. 
Dallinger, Jane, teacher Willard Middle School, bds at Mrs. 

B. Dallinger 's, Main, L P. 
Dallinger William, b hatter, 87 Hanover, h Windsor cor 

Hampshire 
Dalton Christopher, laborer, h Otis n Eighth 
Dalton Daniel, glass cutter, h \H\ Fourth 



40 CAMBRIDGE [I>] DIRECTORY. 

Dalton James, soap maker, h Pearl n Perry 

Dalton John II. laborer, h Spruce 

Dalton Richard, tailor, Mt. Auburn n Brighton, h same 

Dalton William, glass maker, bds SnelPs, Bridge 

Dame Samuel, b tailor, h Khmard cor Western Avenue 

Dame John L. b salesman, h Washington n Norfolk 

Damon Calvin A. cutter, at A. S. Kelly's, h 38 Auburn 

Damon Charles W. carpenter, bds 99 Norfolk 

Damon Martha, Miss, teacher Webster Middle School, bds 
Conant's, Harvard n Dana 

Damon Warren, carpenter, h 99 Norfolk n Hampshire 

Dana Edward, laborer, h Broadway n Fayette 

Dana Elizabeth, Miss, h 10 Holyoke 

Dana Francis, b Librarian Academy of Arts and Sciences, 
h 14 Auburn 

Dana John B. Assistant Steward H. U. office Harvard Row, 
h Brattle cor Fayerweather 

Dana Richard H. jr. b attorney, 42 Court, h Berkeley cor 
Phillips Place 

Dana Thomas, b (Tarbell &) 176 State, h Cambridge n 
Fayette 

Danahy John, laborer, h Pearl cor Perry 

Danahy Timothy, tailor, h Sargent 

Danahy William, teamster, h Dublin 

Dane George W. box maker, bds 49 Columbia 

Dane Joseph G. Mrs. h 49 Columbia 

Dane Timothy S. printer, h 51 Columbia 

Danforth Cyrus, b dry goods, bds Linden n Harvard 

Danforth George 0. painter, Brighton n Eliot, h Everett 
Place 

Danforth Hollis, furniture and job wagon, h Prospect n 
Broadway 

Danforth Isaac W. b (Geor . e H. Gray & Danforth) hard- 
ware, 113 Broad, h Craigie cor Buckingham 

Danforth Otis, shoe dealer, Harvard Square cor Dunster, h 
Linden n Harvard 

Daniels Charles S. glass maker, bds Parker's, foot of Third 

Daniels Clark Mrs. h 391 Main 

Daniels Edward S. b jeweller, 145 Washington, bds Car- 
ter's, Daniels' Court 

Daniels Eliza C. dressmaker, bds 391 Main 

Daniels Ephraim, silk trimmer, Gore, h rear 64 Cambridge 

Daniels Leonard L. carpenter, h Gerry n Mt. Auburn 

Darby Maria Mrs. h Bridge 

Datt Frederick, baker, h 66 Fourth M 

Datt Lewis, b clerk, bds 66 Fourth 

Davenport Charles W. b (Blake &) furniture, 12 Cornhill, 
h Clinton 



CAMBR1DGE'[ J) ] DIRECTORY. 41 

Davenport A Ivan, h 166 Harvard op Elm 
Davenport John, farmer, h North Avenue cor Spruce 
David Samuel M. b whip dealer, 8 Dock Square, h North 

Avenue n Everett * 
David Thomas, laborer, h 11 North 
Davies Benjamin, carpenter, h Otis cor Seventh 
Davies George H. h 42 Spring 
Davies Philip, picture frames, h 4 Fremont 
Davis Abbott R superintendent of brush making at House 

of Correction, h 44 Second 
Davis Albert M. engineer, h 31 Winter 
Davis Alonzo, moulder, bds 815 Main 
Davis Ambrose L. box maker, 
Davis Charles, carpenter, bds 112 Thorndike 
Davis Charles A. cabinet maker, h Hamilton n Magazine 
Davis Charles F. clerk, bds 58 Cherry 
Davis Charles H. Commander U. S. Navy, bds J. Bslcher's, 

Mt. Auburn n Bow and Arrow 
Davis Chester M. cooper, h Pearl n Walnut 
Davis Curtis, soap manufacturer, Broadway n Davis, h 7 

Norfolk 
Davis Edward W. b 65 & 67 Quincy Market, h 322 Broad- 
way 
Davis Edwin L. sash and blind maker, bds Hamilton 
Davis Eliphalet (& Co.) soap manufacturer, 333 Main, h 58 

Cherry 
Davis Fairfield R. grocer, 127 Cambridge, h Cambridge n 

Fourth 
Davis Francis G. b 40 Commercial Wharf, bds 44 Franklin 
Davis Frederick S. b teller Trader's Bank, 91 State, h Mag- 
s azine op Brooks 
Davis Gilman, b bookkeeper, h 8 Union 
Davis George A. glass presser, h 131 Thorndike 
Davis Harvey G. b tailor, 42 Washington, h 14 Cottage 
Davis Hervey (& Bates) grain dealer, Main, h 40 Col- 
umbia 
Davis Hezekiah, b agent commercial line packets, India 

Wharf, h 100 Prospect 
Davis Horatio, organ builder, Reading, h 61 Thorndike 
Davis Isaac, b inspector Custom House, h 34 School 
Davis James C. soap manufacturer, Broadway n Moore, h 

Broadway cor Moore 
Davis James C. b produce dealer, 1 North Market, h.19 

Auburn 
Davis James A. clerk, bds Pioneer cor Hampshire 
Davis John, jr. (Kendall & Davis) boiler maker, h Somer- 

ville 
Davis Joshua F. blacksmith, h 18 East 



42 CAMBRIDGE [D] DIRECTORY. 

Davis Joseph F. b (Davis & Atwood) 65 and 67 Ouincy 

Market, h Broadway cor Inman 
Davis Llewellen, carpenter, bds %$8 Main 
Davis Mason, soap manufacturer, Lincoln Court, h Norfolk 

n Hampshire 
Davis Perryntha T. Miss, teacher Mason Middle School, bds 

8 Union 
Davis Peter R. laborer, at Mrs. Fuller's, h Green n 

Putnam 
Divis P. Stearns, b clerk, 45 "Washington, h 105 Cambridge 
Davis Sarah J. Miss, teacher Allston Primary School, Board- 
man, bds 8 Union 
Davis Solomon A. blacksmith and wheelwright, Cambridge 

n Flanders' Exchange, h 26 Fifth 
Davis Stephen G. b cashier Shawmut Bank, h 525 Main 
Davis Tho .ias, clerk, 417 Main, h same 
Davis Thomas M. soap maker, h School n Cherry 
Davis Warren, watchman at N.E. Glass House, bds Tarbox's, 

Fifth 
Davis Watson, mastic roofer, h Columbia n Hampshire 
Davis William, h Broadway cor Inman 
Davis William, provisions, 417 Main, h 872 Main 
Davis William B. b clerk, 13 Clinton, h Seventh n Cambridge 
Davis William H. soap maker, bds 58 Cherry 
Davis William P. carpenter, h 65 Gore 
Dawson Betsey Mrs h Green n Bay 
Day Jacob G. spring bed maker, h Harvard 
Day James, glass maker, h Bridge cor Fourth 
Day Joseph S. soap maker, bds 130 Harvard 
Day Leonard, carpenter, h Shepard n Avon 
Day Ralph, carpenter, h North Avenue n Spruce 
Day Samuel E. driver Union R. R. h Everett Place 
Day Stephen, blacksmith, Cambridge n First, h East cor 

Bridge 
Day Thomas J. laborer, h btwn Washington and Main 
Dayton Goodrich M. b hosiery, 21 Tremont Row, h Magazine 

n Short 
Dean James M. b printer, h Main n Bow 
Dean Lucius A. watchman, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Dean Myron M. b insurance agent, basement of Old State 

House, h Mt. Auburn cor Otis Place 
Dean Robert, laboror, h Race Course, Spruce Street 
Dean Thomas, glass maker, bds xMrs. MeCooPs, Webster 

Avenue n Cambridge 
Deane Charles, b (Richardson, Deane & Co.) 27 Federal, h 

Sparks 
Dearborn John F. mariner, bds Dearborn's, Summer 
Dearing Edwin, b brush maker, h 61 Spring 



CAMBRIDGE [ D ] DIRECTORY. 43 



Dearing George A. (& Co.) furniture dealer, Harvard Sq., 

h Clark n Washington 
Dealing Thomas (George A. Dealing & Co.) furniture deal- 
er, [larva d Square, h Charlestown 
Dearing William, laborer, h 74 Third 
Debois John J. laborer, h Broadway op Antrim 
Debuff Francis, glass cutter, h Sixth n Thorndike 
Decatur Calvin A. b cabinet maker, bds Speller's, Crescent, 

op Wenclall 
Decker Marshall, box maker, h rear 127 Broadway 
Deechan John, gate tender Lowell R. R. h Short, Ward 3 
Deechan William, laborer, h Short, Ward 3 
Delaney James S. b plumber, bds Broadway op Boardman 
Delaney John, laborer, h Bridge n Lowell R. R. 
Delaney John, laborer, h near Dublin 
Delaney Maria Mrs. h Broadway op Boardman 
Delaney Michael, blacksmith, h Hancock n Franklin 
Delaney Patrick, laborer, h R,ace Course n Harvey 
Delaney Patrick, laborer, h Hastings 
Delaney Richard, teamster, bds Broadway op Boardman 
Delaporte Gustave, chair maker, h Thorndike n Fifth 
Dempsey Bridget Mrs. h near Dublin 
Dempsey Ellen Mrs. h Short, Ward 3 
Dempsey Mary Mrs. h Hastings 
Dempsey Michael, upholste er, bds 44 Gore 
Dempsey Thomas, laborer, h 13 North 
Dennett Charles E. Carver, h 41 Winter 
Dennis Mary Mrs. h Elm n Hampshire 

Dennis William W. b (How & Dennis) music dealer, h 263 
s Broadway 

Dennison Franklin, carpenter, bds Seventh n Thorndike 
Dennison James, carpenter, h Seventh n Thorndike 
Dennison Otis, machinist, h Thorndike n Eighth 
Dennison William, architect, bds Flanders' Exchange 
Denovan Dennis, laborer, h Franklin n Hancock 
Denton Eben (& Wood) bookbinder, Magazine, h Erie n 

Magazine 
Denton Ebeneze", bds Erie n Magazine 
Denton James W. (Woodman &) wood moulder, State, h 

Front 
Denton William W. b printer, h 23 River 
DeQuedville John, cabinet maker, h Brighton n Mt. Auburn 
Deri van James, laborer, h Elm cor Hampshire 
Derry Patrick, laborer, h Garden cor Shepard 
Desmond Patrick, laborer, h Murdock n Hampshire 
Desmond William, cabinet maker, bds Ward's, Hastings 
Dette Edward, upholsterer, bds 95 Spring 
Devcns Jeremiah, laborer, h Spruce 



44 CAMBRIDGE [J>] DIRECTORY. 

Devine Ann Mrs. h Suffolk u Columbia 

Devine Arthur, hostler, bds Brighton 

Devine Francis, glass maker, h Lambert n Gore 

Devine John, laborer, h Lambert n Gore 

Devlin Peter, laborer, h near Dublin 

Dexter Henry, sculptor, h 267 Broadway 

Dexter Horace, conductor Union R. R. h Fianklin n Pearl 

Dexter Joseph, grocer, 258 Broadway, h 206 Broadway 

Dias Elisha, general dealer, h rear -4 Washington 

Dickey Ira S. teamster, h Broadway, L. P. 

Dickinson Alexander, soap manufacturer, Davis, h Harvard 

cor Moore 
Dickinson Charles H. M. painter, bds Mr. Eaton's, Allen 
Dickinson Daniel G. £. mariner, bds 12 Worcester 
Dickman Isaac, d iver Union R. R. h North Avenue op At- 
will 's store 
Dickman James, court plaster manufacturer, h Pleasant cor 

Franklin 
Dickman Joseph, driver Somerville R. R. h Xorth Avenue 

cor Beech 
Dickman Joseph S. G. rope maker, bds North Avenue op 

At will's store 
Dickman Samuel G. driver Union R. R. bds North Avenue 

op At will's store 
Dickman Thomas B. bds Pleasant cor Franklin 
Dickson Richard W. gas fitter, 467 Main, h River n Franklin 
Diehl John P. b clothes sponger, h 10 Harvard 
Dignan Barney 0. laborer, Porter's Hotel 
Dike Edward G. b jeweller, 45 Washington, h Front cor 

Sydney 
Dillaway Stillman S. machinist, h School n Main 
Dillaway Thomas V. b milk dealer, h Walnut btwn Pearl 

and Brookline 
Dillingham Allen W. dentist, Harvard Square, h Wright 
Dillingham Henry, b stereotyper, 41 Congress, h Hoiyoke 
Dillon Michael, laborer, h Garden n the Arsenal 
Dillon Patrick, stone cutter, bds Flarety's, Bridge 
Dimick Calvin, b 26 Scollay's Building, h Cambridge n 

Fayette 
Dimick Charles , h Cambridge n Fayette 
Dinsmoor Charles M. principal Shepard School, Xorth Ave- 
nue, h North Avenue cor Everett 
Divar Edward, grocer, Dublin, h same 
Divine Dennis, hostler, h Brighton 
Dixon James, teamster, bds Mrs. Mc Allen's Brookline 
Dixon Samuel, mason, h Cambridge cor Willow Place 
Dixon Simeon F. attorney at law, bds Mr. Carter's, Linnaean 
cor Raymond 



CAMBRIDGE [J>] DIRECTORY. 45 

Dixwell Epes S. b teacher private Latin School, Boylston 

Place, h Garden cor Bond 
Doane Seth P. b (Draper & Doane) fruit dealer, 1 South 

Market, h Cottage n Pearl 
Dobbyn Caesar H. grocer, 295 Main, h same 
Dodge H. Augusta, Miss, assistant teacher Harvard Gram- 
mar School, bds W. 13. Hovey's, Williams 
Dodge John C. b attorney, 52 Washington, h Fayette n 

Broadway 
Dodge John H. provision dealer, Main cor Magazine, h Perry 

n Magazine 
Dodge Joseph A. sash and blind maker, hrear 71 Cambridge 
Dodge Joseph F. b fluid dealer, 36 Union, h 31 Tremont 
Dodge Lydia Mrs. h 123 Washington 
Dodge William H. carpenter, h Seventh n Otis 
Dodge William H. clerk, bds Perry n Magazine 
Doherty Charles, milkman, h Cambridge cor Sixth 
Doherty John, laborer, h Brookline n Perry 
Doherty John, laborer, h Green n Putnam 
Doherty John, laborer, h Bridge op Flanders' Exchange 
Doherty Henry, clerk, h 9 Barton, Boston 
Doherty Matthew, laborer, h Franklin n Bay 
Doherty Michael, laborer, h Franklin n Bay 
Doherty Patrick, laborer, h Third n Lowell R. R, 
Doherty Patrick, mason, h Elm n Hampshire 
Doherty Philip, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Alewife Brook 
Dolan John, soap manufacturer, Valentine, bds Mrs. Mc- 

Allen's, Brookline 
Dolbeare Joseph S. b shipwright, 6 Pine, h Church op Palmer 
Dolen John, laborer, bds Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
Dollard James, shoemaker, h Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
Dollard John, shoemaker, Main n Prospect, h Inman n 

Broadway 
Dollard Maurice, shoemaker, bds Inman n Broadway 
Dolloff William J. printer, h Everett Place 
Donahue John, laborer, h Brookline n Perry 
Donahue Patrick, grease collector, h Brookline n soap factory 
Donnahue Patrick, laborer, h Dunster n wharf 
Donahue Patrick, grease collector, h near soap works, Pearl 
Donahue Patrick, laborer, h Brookline n Perry 
Donahue Patrick, laborer, h Green 
Donahue Roger, brass finisher, bds 71 School 
Donahue Timothy, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
Donahue William, laborer, h Vine n Fifth 
DonalLm John W. watchmaker, G8 Cambridge, h Cambridge 

cor Sixth 
Doney John, laborer, h Brighton 
Doney Maurice, laborer, h Mason cor Garden 



46 CAMBRIDGE [ J} ] DIRECTORY. 

Donlan Francis, laborer, h Cambridge n Eighth 

Donlin Ellen Mrs. h Short n Pleasant 

Donnell Edwin A. (& Moore) hardware, 15 Brattle, h Holy- 

oke Place 
Donnell Lucy Mrs. h 14 Holyoke n Mt. Auburn 
Donnelly Bridget Mrs. h near Catholic Church, Concord Av. 
Donnelly Ellen Mrs. h Green n Bay 
Donnelly Ellen Mrs. h North cor East 

Donnelly James, b coach painter, h Washington n G. J. R. R. 
Donnelly John, laborer, h Dublin 
Donnelly Patrick, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
Donnelly Patrick, laborer, h near Tuttle 
Donnelly William, laborer, h Pine n Harvard 
Donnison Catharine L. Miss, h Waterhouse cor Garden 
Donnovan Timothy, laborer, h East n Lowell R. R. 
Donovan Daniel, brass finisher and moulder, h Hampshire 

junc Broadway 
Donovan Daniel, laborer, h Hastings n Moore 
Donovan James, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 
Donovan John, laborer, h 35 Gore 
Donovan John, laborer, h North n East 
Donovan Michael, laborer, h Welch's Block, Short 
Donovan William, laborer, h North n East 
Doody John, laborer, h Sparks 
Doolan Martin, laborer, h 123 Bridge 
Dooley James, machinist, h 126 Bridge 
Dooley William H. glass maker, h Webster Avenue 
Doran Patrick, laborer, h Gore n Fifth 
Dorety Bridget Mrs. h Ellery n Broadway 
Dorety Edward, laborer, h Harrison Avenue 
Dorety Michael, bearding house, near brickyard 
Dorey John, blacksmith, h Court 

Dorey Peter, laborer, boarding house, near brickyard, Ward 5 
Dorherty Dennis, stone cutter, bds 8 Gore 
Dority Patrick, glass maker, h 81 Gore 
Dormer Benjamin, saloon, Bridge n Cambridge, h Gore n 

Sixth 
Dorr Cornelius, b (Dorr, Proctor & Co.) grocer, 2 Commerce, 

h North Avenue cor Chester 
Dorr John, baker, h 24 Brooks's Buildings 
Dorr Moses, b grocer, 2 Common, h Harvard n Dana 
Dorrenton Hugh, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 
Dooris John Mrs. h Gore n Second 
Dougherty Manasses P. clergyman, h Concord Avenue n 

the Observatory 
Douglass Harrison, printer, bds Fremont n Pleasant 
Douglass James, cabinet maker, h Livermore 
Douglass Joanna S. Mrs. College Matron, h Holmes' Place 



CAMBRIDGE [D] DIRECTORY. 47 

Douglass Robert, b 115 Milk, h 15 Austin 

Douglass Royal, h 31 State 

Douglass Royal F. carpenter, bds Columbia 

Douglass William H. moulder, at Kinsley's, h Broadway 

cor Clark 
Douty Justin C. laborer, h Spruce n brickyard 
Dow Caleb S. carpenter, h Dyke 
Doway Thomas, shoemaker, h 7 Willard Place 
Dowd Andrew, cigar manufacturer, Harvard cor Norfolk, h 

same 
Dowd Charles, driver Union R. R. bds 44 Norfolk 
Dowd William J. clerk, h 7 Harrison Avenue 
Dower Thomas, tailor, h 116 Bridge 
Dowling Martin C. mason, h 105 Thorndike 
Downer Edward, h Spruce n brickyard 
Downing Lucy A. assistant teacher Washington Grammar 

School, Brattle, bds C. Thayer's, Ash 
Downing Mary Mrs. h Harrison Avenue n Pleasant 
Downing Oliver H. carpenter, h Mellen 
Doyle Edward, laborer, h Brighton n the bridge 
Doyle John, cooper, h Cambridge n Windsor 
Doyle John, laborer, h Dunster n wharf 
Doyle Mary, Miss, grocery, Hampshire op Portland, h same 
Doyle Michael, baker, bds 49 Cambridge 
Doyle Patrick, laborer, h Hampshire op Portland 
Doyle Patrick, laborer, h Dublin 
Doyle Richard, laborer, h Brighton n the bridge 
Doyle Thomas, laborer, h Valentine n Pearl 
Drake Henry A. b broker, 88 State, h Broadway n Prospect 
Drake Horace, driver Union R. R. bds Belmont n Mt. 

Auburn 
Draper Daniel A. (F. Draper & Co.) britannia ware manu- 
facturer, foot of Otis, h 85 Thorndike 
Draper Francis (& Co.) britannia ware manufacturer, foot 

of Otis, h North Avenue op Forest 
Draper Jonathan M. b (Draper & Doane) 1 South Market, 

h 12 Auburn Court 
Draper Martin, jr. b Messenger Bank North America, h 

Chester n North Avenue 
Dresser Edwin, bookbinder, h Essex n Austin 
Drew George C. confectioner, h Hancock cor Centre 
Drew Joseph L. jr. b (Joseph L. Drew & Son), gold beater, 

4 Water, h Jay cor Western Avenue 
Down Patrick, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, h 

Charlestown 
Down Thomas, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, h 

Charlestown 
Downe Rufus S. b clerk, h 17 Main 



48 CAMBRIDGE [D] DIRECTORY. 

Draper Lucy, teacher Putnam Alphabet School, bdfi Thorn- 
dike 
DrennaD James, bootmaker, h rear 51 Gore 
Drinan Thomas, b sawer and planer, Charlestown, h 36 

Gore 
Driscoll Florence, h Vine n Third 
Driscoll John, laborer, h Short, Ward 3 
Driscoll Michael, laborer, h Sargent 
Driscoll Michael 0. shoemaker, 317 Main, bds Boston 
Driscoll Timothy, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, 

h Boston 
Driscoll William, soap maker, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Driver Thomas, jr. provision dealer, Cambridge n Second, 

h Cambridge n East 
Drown James P. expressman, h 140 Thorndike 
Drummy Thomas, laborer, h 5 North 
Drummy William, laborer, h Water n Railroad 
Drury George, painter, h 1 Austin 
Drury Michael, b tailor, h Charles n Fourth 
Dudley George S. carpenter, h rear 127 Broadway 
Dudley John, carpenter, h 84 Windsor 
Dudley Moses, glass packer, h Third cor Cambridge 
Dudley Samuel W. (Gale, Dudley & Co.) lumber dealer, 

Main, L. P. h Broadway cor Columbia 
Duffy James, box maker, h Cambridge n Webster Avenue 
Duffy Michael, laborer, h Charles n Third 
Duffy Neal, laborer, h Vine n Fifth 
Duffy Patrick, blacksmith, h East n Lowell R. R. 
Duffy Patrick, laborer, h 2 Hastings 
Duffy Thomas, laborer, h Court n Kerosene Works 
Duhig Dennis, mason, h Foster 
Duhig Michael, gardener, h Hancock n Centre 
Dunavin Thomas, laborer, h Suffolk 
Dunbar Eben M. b 204 State, h Broadway op Amory 
Dunbar Israel P. h 35 Auburn 
Duncan Albert, wheelwright, bds Hurd's, Palmer 
Duncklee Emery H. b clerk, 25 Foster's Wharf, h Pearl n 

Allston 
Duncklee John F. b (Butler & Co.) liquor dealer, 19 India 

Wharf, h Spruce n Hollis 
Duncklee Horace L. b (Pond & Duncklee) stove dealer, 87 

and 8 ( .) Blackstone, h Norfolk n Hampshire 
Dunfrey Matthew, laborer, h op Tuttle 
Dunham Israel P. stairbuilJer, h 620 Main 
Dunham William, h North n East 
Dunigan Patrick, laborer, h Pearl cor Cottage 
Dunlap John S. b Agent for N. Y. & Erie R. R. 15 State, h 

23 Norfolk 



CAMBRIDGE [E] DIRECTORY. 49 

Dunmore John L. b daguerreo typist, 173 Washington, h 

Avon op Norton 
Dunn Thomas, b bookbinder, h 29 Brooks's Buildings 
Dunn Thomas, tailor, h Willow Place 
Dunn William, glass maker, h rear 51 Gore 
Dunnels Samuel Mrs. h 137 Gore 
Dunning William H. student, bds Wilkinson's, Dana 
Dunwoody Thomas, laborer, h Alt. Auburn n Sparks 
Duparr Judith Mrs. h 1 Prospect 
Durant Reuben, shoe store, Main cor Temple, h Green n 

Pleasant 
Durell Nathan G. b furrier, 55 Water, h Hamshire op Pio- 
neer 
Durgan Asa, proprietor Sunday omnibus line, h Concord 

Avenue n Garden 
Durgin Daniel, stone cutter, h Stevens's Court n Fourth 
Durgin James, g.ocer, North Avenue n Porter's Station, h 

West Cambridge 
Durgin Joseph M. box maker, bds Whitney's, Harvard 
Durgin Manville S. box maker, bds 111 Harvard 
Duris Daniel, shoemaker, Valentine n Brookline, h same 
Durrell Betsey G. Mrs. h rear 36 Gore 
Dustin Charles, iceman, h Fourth n Bridge 
Dustin Samuel, signal man, h Fourth n Winter 
Duxbury Thomas, baker, h Windsor, n Webster Avenue 
Dwyer Daniel, laborer, h Willow Place n Cambridge 
Dwyer Edward H. b harness maker, h Gore n Sixth 
Dwyer John, paiDter, h Antrim n Broadway 
Dwyer John J. shoemaker, 123 Bridge, h 118 Bridge 
Dwyer Margaret Mrs. clothing, 111 Bridge, h same 
Dwyer Mary Mrs. h North n East 
Dwyer Patrick, laborer, li Hastings 

Dwyer Robert, b clerk, 12 Blackstone, h Norfolk cor Cam- 
bridge 
Dyar John F. jr. carpenter, h 391 Main 
Dyer Ezra C. b merchant, 02 Kilby, h Brattle n Willard 

Eagax James, soap maker, h Pearl n Cottage 

Eager Edwin D. b clerk, 71 and To Federal, bds 50 Austin 

Eagleson Thomas, cook, h 12 Brattle Square 

Eames Henry II. Superintendent Cambridge Cemetery, h 

Concord Avenue n Sparks 
Fames John, h Hollis 

Earle George W. b organ builder, h 81 Spring 
Early Timothy, hostler, h Cambridge n Seventh 
Eastabrook Samuel .J. laborer, h River oor Blackstone 
Easterbrook Albert, clock repairer, bete Shaws's, Livermore 
Eastman Andrew M. brush maker, li Hampshire n Pioneer 



50 G A M BRIDGE [ B ] DIB E 0TO B E , 

Eastman Charles E. conductor Union EL II. h descent n 

Oxford 
Eastman John, carpenter, li Pleasant juncti 
Eaton Charles, b (Draper, Eaton & Co.) 21 South Market, 

h Prospect n Gardner 
Efiton Charles F. b grocer, 45 Long Wharf, h Essex n Main 
Eaton Edmund A. clerk, bds 109 Cambridge 
Eaton Edward G. b clerk, bds J. J. Eaton's, 77 Proe 
Eaton George B. b stereotyper, Spring Lane, h Columbia 

cor Washington 
Eaton George D. brass finisher, h 73 Thorndike 
Eaton George D. jr. clerk Register Deeds, bds 73 Thorndike 
Eaton Jacob (& Haley) stove dealer, Fisk's Block, Main, h 

9 Windsor 
Eaton John, dry goods, xillen n North Avenue op Porter's 

Hotel, h same 
Eaton John, stereotyper, h Putnam cor Green 
Eaton John J. b cigar dealer, 35 Exchange, h 77 Prospect 
Eaton John J. jr. b clerk, 7 Commercial, bds 77 Prospect 
Eaton Joseph L. R. market man, h Coggswell Avenue 
Ebbs Thorn i s, glass maker, h 128 Bridge 
Eberhardt John J. bookbinder, h Prince 
Eckert Joseph, carpenter, School cor Harrison, h Windsor 

n Cambridge 
Eddy Martin, laborer, h Sargent 
Edgeworth Francis, boarding-house, Cambridge n Webster 

Avenue 
Edginton William A. teamster, h Dickinson n Clark 
Edginton William H. box maker, bds Dickinson 
Edmands J. Lincoln, h 616 Main 
Edmands Thomas 0. b engineer, h Leighton Court 
Edmunds Moses, driver Union R. R. h Austin cor Essex 
Edwards Abraham, attorney, Douglass' Block, Main, li Dun- 

ster cor Winthrop 
Edwards Antoine, teamster, h Harvard n G. J. R. R. 
Edwards Arad J. pattern maker, Kinsley's Foundry, h Pine 
Edwards Charles H. turner, State, h Western Avenue cor 

Soden 
Edwards George W. rope manufacturer, Willow, h R.ussell 

cor North Avenue 
Edwards John, rope maker, h 3 Soden 
Edwards Russell S. b produce dealer, 3 North Market, h 

Allen n Orchard 
Egan Malachy, teamster, h Wright n Norton 
Egan Matthew, pedler, h Otis n Seventh 
Eggleston Charles II. machinist, bds Flanders 1 Exchange 
Eldredge Smith, h 50 Austin 
LMredge Oliver N. clerk, 30 Broad, bds 50 Austin 






CAMBRIDGE [E] DIRECTORY. 51 

Eliot Charles W. Assistant Professor of Mathematics and 

Chemistry, H. U. h Kirkland op Irving 
Eliot Samuel A. b President Boston Gas Light Company, h 

Kirkland op Irving 
Ellis Charles H. jig sawyer, h Seventh cor Thorndike 
Ellis David, b (David Ellis & Co.) produce dealer, 3 Mer- 
chants' Row, h North Avenue cor Linnsean 
Ellis Edmund, carpenter, h Harrison n Main 
Ellis John A. & Co. (Jonathan E. Hazel ton, John A. Ellis, 

Joseph T. Hazelton) furniture manufacturers, Gore 

btwn Fifth and Sixth, h 94 Otis 
Ellis John C. provision dealer, Hampshire n Inman, h Som- 

erville 
Ellis J. Russell, b (David Ellis & Co.) produce dealer, 3 

Merchants' Row, h 42 Essex 
Ellis Thomas, laborer, h Webster Avenue n Windsor 
Ellis Warren D. b bookkeeper, 3 Merchants' Row, bds 42 

Essex 
Ellis William, laborer, h West n Lee 
Ellis William B. teamster, h 22 Fourth 
Ellison Lowell, box maker, bds Hess's, Li verm ore 
Ellison Nahum, billiard saloon, bds Bixby's, Windsor 
Ellison Willard, box maker, bds Merrill's, Main 
Ellsworth Cyrus M. h Hampshire n Norfolk 
Ellsworth Mark T. b produce dealer, h rear 402 Main 
Elwell James B. box maker, h 99 Cambridge 
Emerson George B. teamster, h 59 Columbia 
sEmerson Gorham, machinist, h Norfolk cor Broadway 
Emerson Jeremiah, trader, bds Stearns's, Main 
Emerson Henry, trader, bds Melvil's, Somerset Place 
Emerson William W. hairdresser, h 30 Pearl 
Emery Charles W, printer, bds Mrs. Fish's, Western Av. 
Emery Eliza J. Mrs. h 63 School 
Emery James W. President Union R. R. Co. office Harvard 

Square and 39 State, Boston, h Portsmouth, N. H. 
Emery Margaret Mrs. h Webster Avenue n Hampshire 
Emmons Darius T. stone cutter, bds Mrs. Maxwell's, Bridge 
Emmons George F. laborer, bds Emmons's, Railroad Block, 

Bridge 
Emmons Joseph P. teamster, h Railroad Block, Bridge 
Emmons Samuel W. baker, his ;):'>•; Main 
Emory William II. IT. printer, li Willard n Brattle 
Endicott Henry (Allen & Endicott) machinist, Main, Old 

Car Factory, h Columbia Q Austin 
English Mary Mrs. li 71 Gore 
Ennis James, laborer, h Brighton n Winthrop 
Ephraim .Joseph II. b cigar maker, h 80 i onrth 
Erikson Olofi, cabinet maker, bda Chalk's, Gore 



52 CAMBRIDGE [ F ] DIRECTORY. 

Erlund Andreas, b clerk, 29 Merchants Hank Building, h 

Clinton n Main 
Erskine James, b printer, h 2 Broadway, L. P. 
Erring John, laborer, h Brighton 
Estabrook Samuel P. plasterer and stucco worker, h Erie n 

Pearl 
Estes Ivory P. hardware, Harvard Square, sign of the clock, 

h Trowbridge 
Eustis Henry L. Professor of Engineering in the Lawrence 

Scientific School, H. U. h Kirkland cor Divinity Avenue 
Eustis Patrick, laborer, bds Duris's, Valentine 
Evans Elizabeth Mrs. h Main n Old Car Factory 
Evans James, baker, bds Wright's, Mt. Auburn 
Evans James F. conductor Union R. R. bds 40 Spring 
Evans John H. expressman, bds Main n Old Car Factory 
Evans William, coach trimmer, h Mt. Auburn n Howard 
Evans William H. tailor, h Green n Putnam 
Everett Alexander M. machinist, h Village n Front 
Everett Emily Mrs. h Berkeley cor Craigie 
Everett Newton, clerk, bds Comee's, Cherry 
Everett Rufus H. provision dealer, Main, bds Comee's, 

Cherry 
Everett William A. bds Berkeley cor Craigie 
Every Paul, laborer, at Lombard's, Cambridge 
Ewell Charles, expressman, h Franklin cor Brookline 
Ewell James, carpenter, bds Franklin cor Brookline 
Ewell Thomas B. clerk, bds Franklin cor Brookline 
Ewer Nathaniel S. carpenter, h 18 Cottage 



Facet John P. printer, h Hancock op Green 

Fahey Patrick, laborer, h Short, Ward 3 

Fairbairn John, tinsmith, h Fifth cor Vine 

Fairbank Alfred, conductor Union R. R. bds Chestnut 

Fairbank Anna Mrs. h Chestnut n Bow 

F\airbank George E. b clerk, bds Chestnut n Bow 

Fairbank Joseph B. V. clerk Union R. R. Harvard Square, 

bds Brighton 
Fairbanks Horatio, h Pleasant n Western Avenue 
Fairfield Edward T. mastic roofer, bds 3 Windsor 
Falan Patrick, laborer, h Brookline n Perry 
Falker Samuel, cabinet maker, bds Merrill's, Main 
Fallen Bridget Mrs. h Franklin n Bay 
Fallen Patrick, laborer, h Green n Bay 
Fallen Thomas, laborer, h Ellery n Harvard 
Fanin Charles, painter, h Charles cor Fourth 
Farnham Benjamin, bookbinder, bds Western Avenue n 

Putnam 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 53 

Farnham John C. (Allen &) printer, Mt. Auburn, h Main 

cor Putnam 
Farns worth Charles H. surgeon and homoeopathic physician, 

h 59 Thorndike 
Farrar Everett E. machinist, bds 102 Cambridge 
Farrar James, glass maker, h 67 Gore 
Farrar Warren B. painter, bds 43 Spring 
Farrell Garrett, laborer, h Inman n Broadway 
Farrell James, laborer, at G. G. Hubbard's, Brattle 
Farrell John, laborer, h 116 Bridge 
Farrell Matthew, laborer, h Harvard n Main 
Farrell Michael, carpenter, bcls Inman 
Farren Charles, machinist, bds Bixby's, Windsor 
Farren Thomas, laborer, h near Catholic Church and Con- 
cord Avenue 
Farrington Josiah C. R. b printer, bds Main op Quincy 
Farrisey Patrick, laborer, h 3 North 
Farwell James K. gardener, h North Avenue n Spruce 
Farwell Joseph R. b salesman, 3 Commerce, h Prospect n 

Gardner 
Farwell Stephen T. b Treasurer American Education Soci- 
ety, 15 Cornhill, h Cambridge n Sumner 
Fatal John J. b porter, h Lincoln op Livermore 
Faulkner Mary L. Mrs. bds Williams cor Magazine 
Favor John B. spring bed maker, h Elm n Broadway 
Faxon Asaph T. provision dealer, Cambridge cor Columbia, 

h Beacon, Somerville 
Faxon Daniel, blacksmith, 101 Bridge 
Faxon John, b clerk, 6 Central, bds Main cor Prospect 
Faxon Theodore C. clerk, h D'Wolf n Mt. Auburn 
Faxon William, b shoe findings, 5 Pearl, h Harvard n Ellery 
Fay Isaac, h Antrim n Cambridge 
Fay John, moulder, h rear 4 Washington 
Fayhce Patrick, laborer, h near Lowell R. R. East 
Fears George, clerk, h Auburn cor Pleasant 
Feeley Patrick, shoemaker, bds Franklin n Bay 
Feely Thomas, gardener, h Webster Avenue n Somerville 
Fegyveresi Francis, b furrier, 55 Cambridge, h Pine n Har- 
vard 
Fellows Charles F. brush maker, h 45 Spring 
Fellows Charles M. b (Eastman, Fellows & Weeks) grocer, 

89 Broad, fa Austin d Essex 
Fellows Cyrus, fish dealer, Harvard Square and Magazine 

n Main, li 45 Franklin n Pleasant 
Fellows Isaac, cooper, bds Mr. Hodsdon's, Walnut 
Fellows Joanna Mis. h 26 Cherry 

Fellows Ochia P. brush maker, bds Windsor cor, Washington 
Fellows Thomas II. pedlcr, bds 26 Cherry 

5* 



54 CAM B II I I) t; B [ P ] DI It I CTORY. 

Fellows William, plumber, fa Pearl n Valentine 
Felton Cornelius C. President Harvard University , h Qi 

n Harvard 
Fenner Leander, b clerk, h Washington cor Wind 

Fenner Edwin E. cigar maker, h 50 Auburn 
Fenton J. Lyman, attorney, Charles town, b I- Pleasant n 
River 

Fenton John, carpenter, h Sparks n Concord Avenue 

Fenton Mehitable, nurse, bds Pleasant n River 

Fernald Henry B. b counsellor, Joy's Building, h North 
Avenue cor Everett 

Fernald Hiram, farmer, h Fayerweather 

Fernald James C. student, bds H. B. Fernald 's, North Av- 
enue cor Everett 

Ferrel William, computor, Rooms 3 Chestnut 

Ferris Thomas, laborer, h rear Cambridge East of Willow 
Place 

Ferris William H. medical extracts, h Winter Street Block n 
Winter 

Ferry Patrick, laborer, h Elm n Cambridge 

Fessenden Charles L. b dry goods, 148 Hanover, h 23 Tre- 
mont 

Fessenden Isaac, glass maker, h 90 Gore 

Fette Henry G. b artist, 3 Bowdoin Court, h Williams n 
Magazine 

Fickett Nathaniel, carpenter, 92 Vine 

Field Ebenezer, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, h 
Charlestown 

Fielding Catharine, Miss, grocery, Hampshire op Portland, 
h same 

Fields Gardner, oyster saloon, old toll-house, Cambridge 
Bridge, h same 

Fields George A. (Lemon, Fields & Co.) bookbinder, River- 
side, h 31 Indiana Place, Boston 

Fifield Abial F. conductor Union R. R. bds 40 Spring 

Fifield Charles, mariner, h Fourth cor Vine 

Fifield George E. b gilder, bds 40 Spring 

Fifield George W. superintendent Roads and Bridges, h 40 
Spring 

Fifield L B. machinist, Boston and Lowell R. R. bds Flanders' 
Exchange 

Fillibrown Amos, bds 95 Cambridge 

Fillebrown Andrew J. glass cutter, h 112 Thorndike 

Fillebrown Henry S. glass engraver, bds 134 Bridge 

Fillebrown James, b cutter, Oak Hall, h Franklin n Brook- 
line 

Fillebrown Leonard, baker, h Norfolk n Cambridge 

Fillebrown Samuel, glass cutter, h 134 Bridge 



J 



N 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 55 

Fillebrown Samuel, jr. painter, bds 134 Bridge 

Fillebrown William, b salesman, h Spruce n Hollis 

Finn Anthony, shoemaker, h 6 Third 

Finney James, brass finisher, at J. J.Walworth & Co. Main, 

bds Boston 
Finnigan Barney, grease collector, h Willow Place 
Finnigan Hugh, blacksmith, h Webster Avenue n Hampshire 
Finton James, laborer, h near Tuttle 
Fish Hannah Mrs. h -16 Western Avenue n Soden 
Fish Closes W. merchant, h 9 Cottage 
Fish William W. mason, bds 46 Western Avenue 
Fisher Edward, b provision dealer, 11 Bedford, h 9 Wil- 
liams 
Fisher Erastus J. carpenter, bds Bixby's, Windsor 
Fisher Ferdinand, currier, h near Almshouse 
Fisher Freeman, carpenter, h Seventh cor Cambridge 
Fisher George, Editor Cambridge Chronicle, h 53 Cherry 
Fisher Samuel, machinist, bds SnelPs, Bridge 
Fisher William, carpenter, bds 298 Main 
Fisk Horace M. bds 5 Worcester 

Fisk James C. b oil dealer, 28 South Market, bds 5 Worcester 
Fisk Susan R. Miss, h 7 Worcester 
Fisk William, h 5 Worcester 
Fiske Charles, clergyman, bds 8 Holyoke Place 
Fiske Charles A. b (F. D. Ellis & Co.) commission merchant, 

66 Kilby, h Harvard n Norfolk 
Fiske Elbridge G. b (Humphrey, Fiske & Co.) 214 State, h 

Fayette 
Fiske Isaac, attorney, h 53 Otis 
Fiske Nathan, h 8 Holyoke Place 

Fitz Franklin, b bookkeeper, h Pleasant n Western Avenue 
Fitzgerald James, painter, h Charles n Fourth 
Fitzgerald James, teamster, bds Williams's, Hampshire 
Fitzgerald JoIid, laborer, h Sargent 
Fitzgerald John, blacksmith, b Third n Charles 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, h North n East 
Fitzgerald John, electrotyper, bds 298 Main 
Fitzgerald Honors Mrs. h btwn Washington and Main 
Fitzgerald Mary Mrs. h Sparks 
Fitzgerald Michael, laborer, li Harvey 
Fitzgerald Richard, laborer, h rear T. G. "Rice's, Austin 
Fitzmaurice Thomas, boiler maker, h Third op Vine 
Fitzpatrick Henry, laborer, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, h 

Charlestown 
Fitzpatrick .James, mason, li 96 Core 
Fitzpatrick James, pro\ision dealer, 2 Gore, li 8 Gore 
Fitzpatrick James T. bootmaker, Mt. Auburn cor Dunster, 
h same 



5G CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Fitzsimmons Andrew, laborer, h Spruce cor Dublin 

Flagg .John P. b commission merchant, h Magazine op Short 

Flaherty John, laborer, h Spruce n Brickyard 

Flaherty Martin, stone cutter, li Dunster n South 

Flanagan John, laborer, h Baldwin Court n Baldwin 

Flanagan Patrick, laborer, h Willow Place 

Flanagan Thomas, laborer, h Tuttle 

Flanders Franklin M. (Flanders & Son) proprietor Flanders' 

Exchange, June Bridge and Cambridge 
Flanders Joseph, (Flanders & Son) proprietor Flanders' Ex- 
change, junc Cambridge and Bridge 
Flannery Michael, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 
Fleming Henry, b reed maker, h Broadway n Windsor 
Flemming Hannah Mrs. h Cambridge 
Flemming Mary Jane Mrs. h Brighton op Eliot 
Flemming Michael, laborer, h Canal 
Fletcher Benjamin F. carpenter, h 99 Norfolk 
Fletcher James li. boiler maker, h Brooks's Block, School 
Fletcher Moore R. physician, h Ware cor Harvard 
Fletcher Ruel H. teacher Otis Grammar School, bds at Mr. 

Hazard's, Otis 
Fletcher Stephen W. sash and blind maker, bds Rice's, Main 
Fletcher Thomas F. glass cutter, h Fifth n Thorndike 
Fletcher William G. glass cutter, h 112 Otis 
Fletcher William G. jr. salesman N. E. Glass House, bds 43 

Spring 
Flint David B. (Flint & Hall) lumber merchant, Bridge, 

office 6 Central, Boston, h 70 Otis 
Flint Samuel, carpenter, h D'Wolf n Mt. Auburn 
Flint Sarah Mrs. h Broadway n Windsor 
Flohr John W. b moulder, h btwn Washington and Main 
Flood Ansel L. stairbuilder, Main n Church, h Howard n 

Mt. Auburn 
Flood Mary Mrs. h Webster Avenue n Cambridge 
Floyd Baruch C. at House Correction, h 173 Bridge 
Floyd Edward E. b (Clark, Holbrook & Co.) commission 

merchant, h Cambridge n Third 
Flynn Bernard, laborer, h Garden n Sands's brick yard 
Flynn David, blacksmith, h Short, Ward 3 
Flynn Edward, mason, h Willow Place 
Flynn John, laborer, h Wyeth n Tuttle 
Flynn Michael, laborer, h Sparks 
Flynn Timothy, baker, h Short, Ward 3 
Fogarty George, b machinist, h Cambridge n Windsor 
Fogarty James, carpenter, h Cambridge cor Webster Avenue 
Fogg Andrew, postmaster, East Cambridge, h Cambridge 
Fogg Ebenezer, overseer Winchester's Box Factory, h 7-4 
Gore 



CAMBRIDGE [P ] DIRECTORY. 57 

Fogg Edwin, box maker, h 65 S. Sixth 

Fogg Eliza Mrs. h 15 Brookline 

Fogg Francis F. bds Mrs. Fogg's, Broadway cor Columbia 

Fogg Frederic F. L. b salesman, h Brookline n Auburn 

Fogg George W. machinist, bds Harvard 

Fogg Jesse Mrs. h Broadway cor Columbia 

Foley Daniel, laborer, h Bridge op Water 

Foley John, blacksmith, h Sargent 

Foley John, carpenter, h Spruce 

Foley Thomas, laborer, h Charles n Third 

Foley Thomas, laborer, h 1 Vine 

Folger George H. b (Bradford & Folger) insurance adjuster, 

3 Merchants' Exchange, h Essex n Harvard 
Follen Michael, laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Follett Joseph Mrs. h South op Holyoke 
Folsom Charles, h Berkeley 

Folsom Charles D. dry goods, 73 Cambridge, h 95 Otis 
Folsom Charles E. brass finisher, bds 82 Harvard 
Folsom Charles W. b civil engineer and surveyor, 50 

School, bds C. Folsom' s, Berkeley 
Folsom George M. school teacher, bds C. Folsom's, Berkeley 
Folsom P. Foster, b furnishing store, 59 and 61 Congress, 

h 354 Main 
Folsom Samuel H. (Ripley & Folsom) attorney, Cambridge 

n Second, h 168 Cambridge 
Fonseca Moss, b cigar manufacturer, h Webster Avenue n 

Hampshire 
Fonseca Phineas, cigar maker, h 259 Main 
Foote George L. cashier Monument Bank, Charlestown, bds 

Harvard cor Trowbridge 
Foote Luther, b 7 State, h Harvard cor Trowbridge 
Forbes Michael, laborer, h Brookline n Jones's soap factory 
Forbes Thomas, laborer, h Pearl n Jones's soop factory 
Ford Calvin, carpenter, h rear 17 Cherry 
Ford David, laborer, h rear Third n Gore 
Ford Howard J. b printer, bds Mrs. Reid's, Hamilton 
Ford Hugh A. laborer, h Foster n Irving Place 
Ford John, printer, Harvard Square, h Magazine n "Webster 
Ford John, laborer, h 84 Fourth 

Ford John C. sash and blind maker, h Brookline cor Auburn 
Ford John H. b printer, h 15 Erie 
Ford Michael, laborer, h 14 North 
Ford Timothy, laborer, h 2 North 
Forrest Robert, painter, h rear Mt. Auburn n Putnam 
Forsyth James, Laborer, b op oil factory, Broadway 
Forsyth Joseph, laborer, fa Brattle Square 
Fosdick Mehitable Mrs. bds Concord Avenue 
Foss Darius W. carpenter, h South n Solyoke 



58 CAMBRIDGE [ F ] DII10IOIT. 



' seph, engineer, h Windsor cor Broadway 
- William B. b civil engineer, 4:2 Court, bias South n 

Bolyoke 
Foster Ansel J. cabinet maker, bda Batch's, Washington 

Lugnsta, Miss, h Prospect n Gardner 
Foster Charles, bread dealer, h Norfolk n Bampehire 
Foster Charles, carpenter, li West cor Lee 
Foster Charles C. h Kirkland 

Foster Charles F. physician, h Garden n Appian Way 
Foster George II. painter, h Howard n Mt. Auburn 
Foster Henry, painter, bda 342 Main 
Foster Thomas, bds Miss Foster's, Prospect 
Fowle George W. provision dealer, h Gerry n Mt. Auburn 
Fowle Isaac H. carver, h -45 Sixth 

Fowler Frank C. b attorney. 39 Court, h Oxford n Kirkland 
Fowler George, printer, bds Hayes's, Church 
Fowler George, mason, bds Harvard cor Clark 
Fowler George II. pyrotechnist, h Broadway junc Hampshire 
Fowler George H. printer, bds Irving House 
Fowler James II. lecturer, bds James n Brattle 
Fowler Jeremiah, mason, h Fremont n Gardner 
Fowler John, mason, h Harvard cor Clark 
Fowler Mittie S. Miss, dressmaker, h James n Brattle 
Fowler Nancy Mrs. h James cor Brattle 
Fowles Augustus J. L. confectioner, h Franklin n Pearl 
Fox Abel, gardener, bds J. K. FarwelPs, North Avenue 
Fox Edward P. b stereotyper, h 61 Washington 
Fox Francis laborer, h Suffolk n Norfolk 
Fox George J. harness maker. North Avenue, bds Haynes's 
Fox George W. H. b printer, h Innian n Broadway 
Fox James, laborer, h 111 Bridge 
Fox Joseph, gardener, h North Avenue n Hollis 
Fox Robert L. B. b harness maker, h Amory 
Fox Thomas, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 
Poy Mary Mrs. h Church op Palmer 
Foye Nathaniel W. sash and blind manufacturer, State, h 

23 Cherry 
Foyt Margaret E. Mrs. h 71 Spring 

Frances George W. b hatter, 18 Brighton, h Leighton Court 
Francis Comers, Parkman Professor of Pulpit Eloquence and 

the Pastoral Care, H. U. h North Avenue n Waterhouse 
Francis Ebenezer, h Kirkland 
Francis George C. (Sever &) bookseller, Harvard Square, 

b Is North Avenue 
Franklin Thomas, glass maker, h 33 Spring 
Franz John, mariner, h Perry btwn Magazine and Pearl 
Fraser Alexander, eating saloon, Somerville, h Third 

Cambridge 






CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 59 

Fraser Roderick, building mover, h 45 Sixth 

r Daniel E. cabinet maker, h Main n Front 

Frazer John B. carpenter, op Flanders' Exchange, Cam- 
bridge, h Hampshire cor Windsor 

Frazier Alexander, tailor, h 48 Elm 

Frazier Alexander, jr. rope maker, h 48 Elm 

Frazier Alonzo A. rope maker, bds 48 Elm 

Frazier Augustus, rope maker, h Webster Avenue n Somer- 
ville 

Frazier George, b baggage master, B. & M. Railroad, h 
Thorndike n Fifth 

Frederick Elizabeth Mrs. h 93 Cambridge 

Frederickson Thomas W. bds Whitney's, 73 Fourth 

Freeman Ellen M. Miss, h 4 Holyoke 

Freeman Mary Ann Mrs. washerwoman, h Garden n 
Chauncy 

Freil Andrew, laborer, h near Tuttlfe 

Freil Bernard, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 

French George Franklin, medical student, Rooms 17 Divin- 
ity Hall 

French Henry F. b attorney, 81 Washington, h Garden n 
Appian Way 

French James M. blacksmith, h Fifth n Otis 

French Orrin B. carpenter, bds James cor Brattle 

French Solomon, stone cutter, at A. F. Sanborn's, Bridge, 
b Is Mrs. Maxwell's, Bridge 

French William A. stairbuilder, junc Harvard and Main, 
bds Brighton cor Mt. Auburn 

Friend Richard, jr. b (Swift &) Inspector General of fish, 
and sailmaker, 77 Commercial, h Columbia n Wash- 
ington 

Friend Samuel, laborer, h Cedar 

Frizel David, cooper, h Cambridge n Willow Place 

Frizel Henry, cooper, bds Cambridge n Willow Place 

Frizel James, cooper, bds Cambridge n Willow Place 

Frizel John, cooper, bds Cambridge n Willow Place 

Frizel John W. machinist, bds 342 Main 
: Charles Mrs. h 95 Spring 

Froger Charles, carver, bds 95 Spring 

Frost Caroline A. Mrs. h Harvard cor Chestnut and Mt. 
Auburn next Church 

Frost Frederick A. trader, b Beacon 

FrosJ George, b foreman at Doe & Hazelton's, Cornhill, h 
Orchard cor Tenny'e Court 

Frost Thomas K. machinist, h rear 38 Gore 

Frost William, b commission merchant, Corn Exch 
Commercial, h North Avenue 



GO CAMBRIDGE [G] DIRECTORY. 

Frothingham Amos T. b cashier Tremont Bank, h Harvard 

n Dana 

Frye Alonzo G. blacksmith, bds Mrs. Burton's, 102 Cam- 
bridge 

Frye Daniel II. britannia worker, bds Dillaway's, School 

Frye Samuel M. painter, h School n Main 

Fuller Adeline A. Mrs. eclectic physician, bds 39 Columbia 

Fuller Alexander, cooper, bds Mr. Hodsdon's, Walnut 

Fuller Amos, machinist, h 58 Spring 

Fuller Ann Mrs. h Main cor Clinton 

Fuller Asa, bds S. M. Parsons's, Russell 

Fuller Benjamin B. (& Co.) lumber, lime, hair and cement 
dealer, Main L. P. op Court, bds Boston 

Fuller Charles H. clerk, bds Boston 

Fuller Henry A. b (John M. Barnard & Co.) 18 South Mar- 
ket, h Raymond 

Fuller James H. (Towne & Fuller) hardware and kitchen 
furniture, 477 Main, h 50 Essex 

Fuller Nathaniel, (B. B. Fuller & Co.) lumber dealer, &c. 
Main L. P. op Pioneer, h 383 Main 

Fuller Robert H. b 28 South Market, h Magazine cor Green 

Fuller Robert 0. b iron dealer, 54 Fulton, h 40 Auburn 

Fuller Samuel D. provisions, Harvard Street Market, h 
Broadway n Windsor 

Fuller Sarah Mrs. h Williams n Pearl 

Fuller Simeon H. b clerk, 7 and 9 Summer, h 102 Norfolk 

Fuller William H. merchant, h Ash n Mt. Auburn 

Fullerton Alexander, shoemaker, h 55 Washington 

Fulton John, painter and grainer, h 18 Brooks's Build ings 

Fulton John A. h Punster cor Winthrop 

Furber Phebe Mrs. h rear Cambridge east Willow Place 

Furbush Elias, b whitesmith, h Harvard n Davis 

Furfey Hugh, mat maker, h Perry 

Furfey James, mat manufacturer, h Brookline n Erie 

Furfey Michael, mat maker, h Valentine 

Furfey Michael, mat maker, h Brookline n Erie 

Furfey Michael, jr. mat maker, h Brookline n Jones's soap 
factory 

Furfey William, mat maker, bds Brookline n Erie 

Fyfe William E. cracker pedler, bds 336 Main 

Fyze Sarah Mrs. h Harrison Avenue 



Gaffet John, laborer, h Welch's Block, Short 

Gaffney Bernard, laborer, 6 Washington 

Gaffney John, machinist, bds Washington 

Gage John, milkman, h Otis n Sixth 

Gage Nathaniel, clergyman, h Garden op Waterhouse 



CAMBRIDGE [CM DIRECTORY. 61 

Gale Augustus C. h Appian Way n Garden 

Gale George T. (Dudley, Gale & Co.) lumber dealer, L. P. 

h Clinton 
Gale George W. (Gale, Dudley & Co.) lumber dealer, bds 

Clinton 
Gale Hezekiah C. policeman, h School Court 
Gale William G. b clerk, 91 Washington, bds Williston's, 

Irving 
Galivan Catharine, Mrs. h Spruce 
Gallagher Francis C. b printer, h Fifth cor Charles 
Gallagher James, mould finisher, h Webster Avenue n 

Windsor 
Gallagher Owen, laborer, h North n East 
Gallagher Thomas, mason, h rear Cambridge east of Wil- 
low Place 
Gallagher Neal, building mover, h Fourth n Charles 
Gallahue Alpheus C. clergyman, h 54 Washington 
Gallivan John, grocer, Brimmer Block, h same 
Galloway Samuel, b laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Gamble Robert J. bacon curer, bds Merrill's, 372 Main 
Gamble Thomas, millinery, 369 Main, h same 
Gannett Agnes Mrs. h Holyoke cor South 
Gannett John P. shipmaster, h 8 Norfolk 
Gannett Otis, teamster, 21 Brooks's Building 
Gannett William W. b (Parker, Gannett & Osgood) 47,59, 

and 63 Blackstone, h 6 Dana 
Gannett William W. b clerk, 41 State, bds 8 Norfolk 
Gannon Patrick, mason, h Elm n Hampshire 
Gannon Thomas, mason, h Elm n Hampshire 
Gardner Elizabeth Mrs. h Short, Ward 3 
Gardner George C. oil manufacturer, h School cor Cherry 
Gardner James, laborer, h Bridge op Flanders' Exchange 
Gardner John W. baker, 161 Cambridge, h same 
Gardner Mary J. Mrs. h Dana op Centre 
Gardner Samuel B. oil manufacturer, h Worcester cor Nor- 
folk 
Garland Frank, carpenter, bds Jones's Chauncy 
Garrity Daniel, mastic roofer, Harvard n G. J. R. R. 
Garrity Daniel, laborer, h 33 1-2 Washington 
Garrity James, laborer, h Harvard n G. J. R. R. 
Garrity Martin, laborer, h Hastings 
Garrity Thomas, laborer, h diaries n Fourth 
Gatehouse John M. printer, bds Mrs. Wardwell's, Western 

Avenue 
Gates James W. b chair dealer, 57 Fulton, h Harvard n In- 

man 
Gatons Barnard, charcoal pedler. h Spring n Sixth 
Gault Benjamin F. carpenter, h Rockwell 

6 



62 CAMBRIDGE [(J] DIRECTORY. 

Gaul t Thomas, (& Hanson) carpenter, Harvard cor Essex, 

h Columbia cor Suffolk 
Gaven William, laborer, h Charles n Third 
Gavett William L. b gas-fitter, h Mt. Vernon 
Gavin Edward, soap maker, h Fifth cor Charles 
Gay Charles R. clerk, h Columbia n Washington 
Gay Harriet A. Mrs. h 65 Pleasant 
Gay Seth W Mrs. h Harrison n Main 
Genet Claude, glass maker, h Winter n Fifth 
Genet Emile, glass maker, bds Winter 
George Harvey, h 98 Otis 

George James P. box maker, bds Hunting's, Broadway 
George Obadiah, brickmaker, h Cambridge cor Windsor 
German James, carpenter, h Cambridge op Inman 
Gerry David, ice tool maker, near brickyard, bds J. K. Far- 
well's, North Avenue 
Gerry Frederick A. restorator, North Avenue n Porter's 

Station, h North Avenue n Bowdoin 
Gerry John, b blacksmith, h Elm cor Tenny's Court 
Gerts William T. machinist, h 132 Bridge 
Getchell Moses (Wildes & Getchell) keeper Fresh Pond 

House 
Getchell William F. box maker, h Broadway n Clark 
Gibbs Benjamin, butcher, h Inman cor West 
Gibbs Benjamin W. jeweller, Douglass's Block, Main, bds 

Inman cor West 
Gibson Anna M. Miss, thread and trimming store, Wood's 

Wooden Block, Main, bds Prospect n Austin 
Gibson George W. teamster, bds Harvard n Davis 
Gibson Henry, gardener, at Wilkinson's, Harvard 
Gibson Jane Mrs. h Prospect n Austin 
Gibson John, laborer, h Ash Street Court 
Gibson Joseph, b stairbuilder, h 50 Western Avenue 
Gibson Samuel, stocking weaver, h Main n Car Factory 
Gibson William, superintendent gas works, h Shepard 
Giddings Samuel, clerk, bds Flanders' Exchange, Cambridge 
Gilford William, clockmaker, h Vine n Fourth 
Gilbert Samuel A. b tobacconist, 7 India Wharf, h Sixth n 

Vine 
Gilbert Benjamin F. messenger Lechmere Bank, bds 85 

Second 
Gilbert Daniel B. tinman, Cambridge, h Windsor n Cam- 
bridge 
Gilbert Henry, b merchant, h Hamilton n Magazine 
Gilbert James L. music teacher, h 120 Cambridge 
Gilbert Samuel S. Mrs. h Harvard cor Inman 
Gilbert Thomas K. carpenter, bds Norfolk n Cambridge 
Gilcreas David A. carpenter, h rear 12 Tremont 



CAMBRIDGE [Car] DIRECTORY. 63 



Gilcreas John M. carpenter, h Union n Hampshire 

Gilkey Koyal, (Royal Gilkey & Co.) lumber dealer, foot 

Charles River, h Watertown 
Gill Peter F. laborer, h Harvard n Davis 
Gill Robert, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, h Som- 

erville 
Gill Thomas, tailor, Cambridge n Fourth, h Somerville 
Gill William, h Garden n Wyeth 

Gillard Abraham, cabinet maker, h Foster cor Willard 
Gillespie Joseph A. b merchant tailor, 99 Court, h Western 

Avenue n Putnam 
Gillispie William, tinman, bds Flanders' Exchange 
Gillett Simon 0. expressman, h Gerry 
Gilligan Patrick, laborer, h Prospect n Hampshire 
Gillon Patrick, crockery, h Fourth n Charles 
Gillone Patrick, fish dealer, h Spring n Sixth 
Gilman Freeman L. clerk, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, h 

Charlestown 
Gilman John F. granite dealer, Bridge, h Charlestown 
Gilman Joseph P. b provisions, Suffolk Market, h Broadway 

L. P. 
Gilmore Frederick J. mariner, h 2 Clark 
Gilroy John F. rope maker, h Columbia n Somerville 
Gilson Charles, painter, Franklin cor Western Avenue n 

Main, h Western Avenue op Soden 
Girard Louis F. stereotyper, h Dana Court n Western Av. 
Glasson Henry W. cabinet maker, h 67 Gore 
Gleason Frederick N. b blank book manufacturer, h rear 

Fisk's block, Main 
Gleason John, laborer, h 7 North 
Glen David, jr. printer, h Charles River 
Glen William, preparer of microscopic objects, h Divinity 

Avenue n Museum 
Glover Edward H. fancy painter, h Seventh n Otis 
Glover Henry R. b (Manning, Glover & Co.) 49 North Mar- 
ket, h Waterhouse cor North Avenue 
Glover William H. printer, bds Hayes's, Church 
Glyn Lawrence, blacksmith, h Cambridge n Willow Place 
Glyn Peter, boiler maker, h Columbia n Lincoln 
Goddard Charles A. varnisher, bds 7 Harrison 
Goddard William T. b copper-plate printer, h 38 Windsor 
Godfrey Nathan P. soap manufacturer, h River cor Howard 
Goding Roscoe G. laborer, at Morrison's, North Avenue 
Going Bradford, laborer, at Prof. Parker's, Craigie 
Golden James, laborer, at J. W. Merrill's, Harvard 
Gonale Cornelius, laborer, h Brighton 
Gonier Peter, laborer, h Sargent 
Gonzalo Argey, whitewasher, bds Littlefield's, Bridge 



64 CAMBRIDGE [Cfr] DIRECTORY. 

Gooch Nathan G (Richardson & Gooch) coal dealer, College 

Wharf, bds J. B. Dana's, Brattle cor Fayerweather 
Good John, h North n Short 
Good Patrick, teamster, h Bridge n Car House 
Good Timothy, laborer, h Harvard n Main 
Goodnow George W. provision dealer, Brookline, bds Mer- 
rill's, 372 Main 
Goodnow Joseph, b lumber dealer, Causeway, h Fayette 
Goodnow Nancy Mrs. h 1 Ellery 
Goodrich Elijah D. b hardware, 67 Blackstone, h Broadway 

n Prospect 
Goodrich Samuel A. laborer, h 83 School 
Goodrich William H. b printer, h 83 School 
Goodridge Frederick Mrs. h Windsor n Market 
Goodwillie James M. printer, h Rockwell 
Goodwillie Walter, printer, bds Allan's, Western Avenue 
Goodwin Charles W. baker, bds 49 Cambridge 
Goodwin Daniel, marketman, bds Mrs. Caldwell's, Fourth 
Goodwin James, laborer, h Fourth cor Bridge 
Goodwin John, engineer, h Fourth n Bridge 
Goodwin Stephen F. b silversmith, bds 161 Cambridge 
Goodwin William W. fireman at Lowell R. R, bds 20 East 
Goodwin William W. Eliot Professor in Greek Literature, 

H. U. Rooms 11 Holworthy Hall 
Gordon Flavel, tin pedler, h Webster Avenue 
Gordon Francis C. b biotina roofer, 9 Gore Block, bds F. 

Low's, Prospect 
Gore Avery W. b clerk, h Magazine n Hamilton 
Gore Samuel, soap maker, h Webster Avenue n Somerville 
Gore Stanley, (Gore, Rose & Co.) stone cutter and paver, 
Broadway, L. P. office b 8 Congress Square, h South 
Boston 
Gorey John, laborer, h Valentine n Brookline 
Gorham Harriet Mrs. h 54 River 

Gorham Warner A. b (Gorham & Co.) truckman, h Avon 
Gorman Daniel, plasterer, h rear 5 Vine 
Gorman David, glass maker, bds Mrs. McCool's, Webster 

Avenue 
Gorman John, b blacksmith, h 102 Otis 
Gorman John, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
Gorman Kayren, mariner, h Somerset n Pleasant 
Gorman Patrick, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 
Gormon John, blacksmith, h Webster Avenue n Cambridge 
Gormley John, laborer, h Willow Place 
Gormley John, glass maker, h Windsor n Cambridge 
Gorton Samuel M. carpenter, h Murdock n Gardner 
Goss Abiel, commission merchant, h 67 Otis 
Goss Charles B. carpenter, bds 3 Worcester 



CAMBRIDGE [©■] DIRECTORY. 65 

Goss Chase P. stone cutter, at J. F. Gilinan's, Bridge, h 

Charlestown 
Gos3 Lucy M. Mrs. h Austin n Main 
Gough James, laborer, h near Dublin 
Gould Benjamin A. jr. U. S. Coast Survey, Rooms Harvard 

Block, Harvard Square 
Gould Charles H. carpenter, h River n Jay 
Gould Frederick, b President Blackstone Bank, h Centre 

cor Dana 
Gould Frederick L. bds Centre cor Dana 
Gould Gustavus F. b cap maker, h School btwn Pine and 

Cherry 
Gould Mary S. teacher Washington Primary School, bds A. 

Stevens's, Everett Place 
Gould Samuel L. b teacher Franklin School, h Brattle cor 

Irving Place 
Gould William, baker, 49 Cambridge, h same 
Gourlay John S. printer, bds E. K. Allen's, 17 Short 
Gourlay William D. printer, Chronicle Office, h Jay n West 
\ ern Avenue 

Gove Betsey Mrs. h 42 Norfolk 
Gove Calvin, b produce dealer, 98 Blackstone, h 13 

Cottage 
Gove Charles S. teamster, bds 42 Norfolk 
Goven David, b cabinet maker, h 124 Columbia 
Grace Edward, mason, h 84 Spring 

Grady William, grease collector, h near soap works, Pearl 
Graham Bernard, blacksmith, h Willow Place 
Graham Francis, stone mason, h Willow Place 
Graham Thomas, mason, bds Willow Place 
Granger John, varnisher, h 124 Bridge 
Granger Mary Mrs. h 124 Bridge 

Grant Alexander, rope maker, bds Sword's, Webster Av. 
Grant Alfred S. pyrotechnist, h Suffolk 
Grant Alpheus, laborer, h 41 Washington 
Grant Daniel, harness maker, h 87 Gore 
Grant Edwin T. brush maker, h 50 Spring 
Grant Elijah Mrs. h Broadway n Windsor 
Grant George L. mason, h rear GG Cambridge 
Grant Ivory, laborer, h Gl Spring 

Grant James, cabinet maker, 123 Hampshire juns Broad- 
way, h Brooks's Buildings 
Grant Job N. carpenter, h lo8 Cambridge 
Grant Marcus M. gilder, bds 41 Washington 
Grant William, cabinet maker, h 13 Windsor 
Graves George, jr. cabinet maker, Second n Cambridge, h 

Fifth n Otis 
Graves Lewis S. fancy painter, h 151 Cambridge 

6* 



66 CAMBRIDGE [ G" ] DIRECTORY. 

Gray Asa, Fisher Professor Natural History, H. U. h Gar- 
den cor Linmean 

Gray Charles, box maker, bds Gilcreas's, Union 

Gray Elizabeth, Miss, h Pleasant cor Green 

Gray John C. b 30 Court, h Brattle cor vVyeth's Lane 

Gray Patrick, laborer, h Cambridge n Willow Place 

Gray Rebecca, Miss, h Pleasant cor Green 

Gray William H. b caterer, h Webster Avenue n Hamp- 
shire 

Gready Joseph, laborer, h North n East 

Grearbon Nancy Mrs. h Bridge n East 

Gregg Richard, b tailor, h Vine n Fourth 

Greeley David, expressman, bds Hayward's, 12 Prospect 

Greeley Leander, carpenter, h Park 

Greely George B. b commission merchant, 27 India, bds 
Sirs. Greely's, Harvard cor Norfolk 

Greely George B. b clerk, bds Mrs. Greely's, Harvard cor 
Norfolk 

Greely Noah, furniture dealer, Main n Douglass, bds Doug- 
lass 

Greely Philip, b hatter, h 42 Norfolk 

Greely Philip, jr. Mrs. h Harvard cor Norfolk 

Green Andrew J. bds Second cor Cambridge 

Green Catherine P. assistant teacher Washington Alphabet 
School, Brattle, bds C. A. Green's, Winthrop 

Green Charles A. printer, h Winthrop cor Eliot 

Green James D. h Harvard cor Prescott 

Green John, shoemaker, 97 Bridge, h same 

Green John, laborer, h 5 North 

Green John, laborer, h Brimmer Block, Harvard 

Green John S. b pianoforte maker, h 15 Auburn 

Green Lewis, b penny post, h 120 Harvard 

Green Lewis, b pianoforte maker, bds 94 Harvard 

Green Mary Mrs. h Green rear City Hall 

Green Nathan L. b (J. Mann & Co.) Tremont, bds Second 
cor Cambridge 

Green Nicholas St. John, b (Butler & Green) attorney, 
Barristers' Hall, bds Harvard cor Prescott 

Green Oscar F. b pianoforte maker, h Washington cor 
Windsor 

Green Peter, cabinet maker, h Elm n Hampshire 

Green Samuel S. weigher and measurer, h Second cor Cam- 
bridge 

Green Thomas, laborer, h Spruce cor Dublin 

Green Wilson, driver Union R. R. East Cambridge 

Greene Elizabeth H. Mrs. h Oak 
Greene Harriet, Miss, h 21 Sixth 



CAMBRIDGE [Or] DIRECTORY. 67 

Greene Samuel D. trader, h Short n Pleasant 
Greene William H. carpenter, h Willow, Ward 5 
Greenleaf George P. plumber, bds 14 Green 
Greenleaf James, merchant, h Brattle n Ash 
Greenleaf John, h 10 Brattle Square n Mt. Auburn 
Greenleaf Oliver P. mason, h Ailston 
Greenough David Mrs. h Broadway n Quincy 
Greenough Henry, architect, h Cambridge n Quincy 
Greenough James, b hatter, 49 Commercial, h 32 Tremont 
Greenough William, b 14 Merchants Kow, h Broadway n 

Dana 
Greenwood Charles, pianoforte tuner, h Cambridge n Second 
Greenwood Frederick H. carpenter, h Hancock op Green 
Greenwood James, carpenter, bds Green n Hancock 
Greenwood James W. spiritualist physician, h 5 Green 
Gregory Franklin E. b (Tilton, Gregory & .Richardson) dry 

goods, 31 Federal, h Maple Avenue 
Gregory Frederick H. b bookkeeper, bds Main cor Prospect 
Gregory John P. bookkeeper Bay State Glass Co. bds Main 

cor Prospect 
Gregory Martha P. Mrs. bds F. E. Gregory's, Maple Avenue 
Gregory Thomas, glass packer, h Bridge n Fourth 
Gregory William, bds 42 Franklin 

Grieves Thomas, b clerk, 5 State Street Block, h 13 Sixth 
Greives William H. glass maker, h 55 Gore 
Griffin Anthony, carpenter, h Franklin n Putnam 
Griffin Daniel, b varnisher, h Third n Gore 
Griffin Dennis, laborer, h Vine n Fifth 
Griffin Eliphalet, carpenter, h Willow, Ward 5 
Griffin George H. stove dealer, North Avenue, bds Somer- 

ville 
Griffin John, bds Valentine n Brookline 
Griffin Michael, laborer, h Valentine n Brookline 
Griffin Richard, laborer, h Fourth n Bridge 
Griffin Thomas, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 
Griffing Abner A. clerk, bds 52 Spring 
Grilling Augustus P. flint glass dealer, h 52 Spring 
Grinnon William, gardener, h Franklin n Putnam 
Groghan Michael, laborer, h 53 Bridge 
Grose William, provision dealer, Norfolk cor Broadway, h 

12 Tremont 
Grover Chester B. (Grover & Brother) sewing machine 

case maker, State, h 100 Norfolk 
Grover Charles E. li 9 Auburn 
Grover Lucas B. (Grover & Brother) sewing machine 

case maker, State, h Prospect cor Harvard 
Gulliver Eben T. box maker, h Otis n Seventh 
Gunn James, blacksmith, h Charles River 



68 CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 



Gunnison Benjamin F. painter, bds Bixby's, Windsor 
Gunnison Daniel, painter, Moore n Harvard, h same 
Guptill Benjamin H. driver, Union R. R. bds Reed's Tav- 
ern, Gore 
Gurney Ephraim W. Tutor in Latin, H. U. rooms Harvard 

Block 
Gutterson Charles C. tinman, h Russell cor North Avenue 
Guyer Joshua D. hatter, h 65 Third 
Guyer Lewis B. clerk, shoe store, bds 65 Third 
Gwinn George F. b hairdresser, 16 Exchange, h Mt. Auburn 

n Bow 
Gwinn James E. teamster, h 50 Spring 

Habberley George, b coppersmith, h Cambridge rear Wil- 
low Place 
Habberley Walter W. b coppersmith, bds rear Willow Place 

n Cambridge 
Haberer Ferdinand, b cabinet maker, h Brimmer Block, 

Harvard 
Hackett John, white-washer, h Hancock n Green 
Hackett Patrick, laborer, h Franklin n Pleasant 
Hackett Thomas, laborer, h Somerset n Pleasant 
Hackett Walter, laborer, h Franklin n Hancock 
Haddow James L. hairdresser, Irving House, h 866 Main 
Hadley Angus, wheelwright, bds Hurd's, Palmer, 
Hadley Charles J. Mrs. h Tenny's Court n Elm 
Hadley David B. wheelwright, bds Conant's, North Avenue 

op Walden 
Hadley Elbridge, brush maker, bds 44 Norfolk 
Hadley Emily, Mrs. ladies' physician, 11 Windsor 
Hadley Elijah L. painter, h rear Perry n Pearl 
Hadley Nathaniel I. bootmaker, h 30 Fourth 
Hadley Sarah P. Mrs. bds North Avenue n Chauncy 
Hadley Thomas R. b furniture dealer, h Western Avenue n 

Putnam 
Hadley William P. carpenter, h Market cor Union 
Hagan Daniel, glass cutter, h 27 Winter 
Hagar Charles H. tin roofer, bds 11 Norfolk 
Hagar Frederick W. mastic roofer, h Pine n Washington 
Hagar Jabez, teamster, bds 12 Holyoke 
Hagar Mary Mrs. h 11 Norfolk 

Haggerty Michael, glass packer, h Charles n Fourth 
Haines John W. glass maker, h 18 Fourth 
Hale Aaron jr. (Davis & Hale) soap manufacturer, Broad- 
way, h 32 Windsor 
Hale Elbridge G. cracker pedler, h 22 Brookline 
Haley Charles, painter, h rear 26 Gore 
Haley Christopher, laborer, h n Tuttle 



CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 69 

Haley Daniel, laborer, h Dublin 

Haley Daniel, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 

Haley David, laborer, h Sparks n Foster 

Haley Dennis, laborer, h Short, Ward 3 

Haley Dennis, laborer, h Pleasant cor Harrison Avenue 

Haley Emily M. Mrs. midwife, h 11 Windsor 

Haley Henry B. b expressman, h 27 Clark 

Haley James, marble worker, h 84 Fourth. 

Haley Jason, glass cutter, h 122 Thorndike 

Haley Jeremiah, teamster, h Bay n Franklin 

Haley Jesse, (Eaton &) stove dealer, 339 Main, h 11 Wind- 
sor 

Haley John, laborer, h Brighton n bridge 

Haley John, tailor, h Bridge n East 

Haley Mary Mrs. h Charles Court 

Haley Michael, teamster, h Murdock 

Haley Michael, laborer, h Third n Charles 

Haley Patrick, groceries, 8 Vine : h same 
j Haley Patrick, laborer, h Murdock n Hampshire 

Haley Patrick, laborer, h Hastings 

Haley Thomas, laborer, h Franklin n Soden 

Haley Timothy, laborer, h Short 

Haley William H. b clerk, 106 State, bds 30 Windsor 

Hall Asaph, assistant at the Observatory, h Garden 

Hall Charles H. stairbuilder, h 67 Spring 

Hall Elizabeth, Miss, nurse, h 72 Spring 

Hall Francis, (Peirce & Hall) ice dealer, Cambridge, b 
office 107 Fanueil Hall Market, h 92 Otis 

Hall Franklin, b attorney, 46 Washington, bds 36 Second 

Hall George E. bds 5 Chestnut 

Hall Gilman A. iceman, bds Flanders' Exchange, Cam- 
bridge 

Hall Jackson, painter, h Windsor n School 

Hall James, printer, h 5 Chestnut 

Hall James H. (Thurston, Hall & Co.) cracker bakery, 
Cambridge, h Gardner cor Murdock 

Hall Jane S. Mrs. h Windsor n School 

Hall Jeremiah G. stone cutter, bds 82 Spring 

Hall Jesse, Mrs. h 36 Second 

Hall John, b brass caster, h 2 State 

Hall Lewis, (Hall & Sons) lumber dealer, East, and (Flint 
& Hall) lumber dealer, Bridge, b office Central, h Otis 
n Seventh 

Hall Orrin (Wood &), grocer, Harvard Row, h Follen 

Hall Samuel II. b stevedore, h 38 Tremont 

Hallahan Cornelius, at J. Sparks's, Quincy 

Ilallett Allen, b watchman, Central Wharf, h Broadway 
cor Windsor 



70 CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 

Hallett James H. b feather dealer, 17 Dock Square, h Main 

op Dana 
Hallett Nelson A. b clerk, 17 Dock Square, bds 554 Main 
Hallett Sylvanus S. mariner, h 342 Main 
Hallett William A. shipmaster, h Clinton n Harvard 
Halloran Timothy, laborer, h Franklin n Bay 
Harms William, b upholsterer, h 2 Broadway, L. P. 
Halvorson Halvor, b chemist, h Maple n Milk 
Ham Benjamin F. Clerk of Court, office at Court House, 

Third cor Otis, h Natick 
Ham John, carpenter, h Pearl n Walnut 
Ham Samuel, carpenter, h Short n Pleasant 
Hamann August, music teacher, h 11 Cottage 
Hamblen Timothy, mariner, h Harvard n Main 
Hamblet Alvan, teaming, &c, h 116 Spring 
Hamburgh Benedict, laborer, h Spruce 
Hamlin Slartin, b jeweller, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
Hamill Samuel S. organ builder, h 63 South Fourth 
Hamilton James, wood turner, h Third n Vine 
Hamilton Josias, carpenter, h Short, Ward 3 
Hamlen Henry, carpenter, h 44 Spring 
Hamlin George B. b printer, bds 104 Cambridge 
Hammatt Isabella Mrs. h Worcester cor Columbia 
Hammond Edward L. S. b trader, 15 Portland, h Inman n 

Broadway 
Hammond George, cabinet maker, h Seventh n Otis 
Hammond James, glass cutter, bds Parker's foot Third 
Hammond Jeduthan, mason, h Clark n School 
Hammond John, laborer, h Court 
Hammond Joseph W. b salesman, 99 Milk, h Norfolk n 

Broadway 
Hammond Nathaniel 0. cigar maker, 151 Bridge, h 77 Gore 
Hampson David, steampipe fitter, h Sixth n Thorndike 
Hannaford John H. bds Suffolk 
Hancock Belcher, harness maker, Main cor Pearl, h 29 

Franklin 
Hancock Charles E. carpenter, Western Avenue, h Pleasant 

cor Webster Place 
Hancock James B. bds 29 Franklin 
Hancock John, harness maker, bds 29 Franklin 
Hancock Martha, teacher private school, Auburn cor Mag- 
azine 
Hancock Samuel Mrs. h Auburn cor Magazine 
Hancock Solomon, bds Pearl cor Green 
Hancock Solomon, jr. b bookkeeper, h Pearl cor Green 
Hancock William, bds Mrs. Hyde's, Essex n Main 
Hanford Horace, gardener, h Shepard n Avon 
Hankin Frederick, laborer, h Portland n Hampshire 



CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 71 

Hanley John, b tailor, 86 Court, h Jay n River 
Hanlin Morgan, laborer, h East n R. R. erosssing 
Hanlon John, teamster, h Third n Charles 
Hannaford Michael, laborer, h Cambridge n First 
Hannan John, carpenter, h Cambridge cor Windsor 
Hannon John, laborer, h rear Court n Kerosene "Works 
Hannon John, baker, h rear 79 Spring 
Hannon Patrick, laborer, h rear Court n Kerosene "Works 
Hanscom, John, carpenter, h 43 Magazine 
Hanscomb Henry, carpenter, bds 298 Main 
Hanscomb Jacob, Warden Almshouse, h North Avenue 
Hanscomb Nathan, basket maker, h Gore n Second 
Hanson Augustus P. (Gault &) carpenter, Harvard cor 

Essex, h Tremont 
Hanson Lewis B. capenter, bds 8 Worcester 
Hapgood Cyrus, butcher, h North Avenue n Meacham 
Harding Hamlin R. b agent Maiden Dye House, h 48 Wind- 
\ sor 

Harding Isaac, b 1 Bromfield, h Broadway cor Inman 
Harding Isaac N. b produce dealer, h River n Jay 
Harding John, mason, bds 6 Green 

Harding Webb, b 12 Court Square, h Moore n Washington 
Hardy Francis D. jr. chemist, bds E. C. Carpenter's, Ham- 
ilton, btwn Pearl and Magazine 
Hardy Milton J. b (M. J. Hardy & Co.) commission mer- 
chant, 215 State, h 561 Main 
Hardy Rodney J. b salesman, 29 Federal, h Main n Put- 
nam 
Hardy Thomas W. printer, h 32 Pearl 
Hardy William A. cigar maker, h Windsor n Harvard 
Harkins William, laborer, h Columbia n Somerville 
Harley Parker C. (Harley & Metcalf), photographist, Main 

cor Inman, h 14 Pleasant 
Harlow Abigail R. Miss, h Pine n Harvard 
Harlow Andrew B. baker, 438 Harvard h Pine n Harvard 
Harlow Charles, trunkmaker, h Cherry n Harvard 
Harlow Charles D. clerk, bds Pine n Harvard 
Harlow Elizabeth Miss, h Hampshire cor Livermore 
Harlow George L. b clerk, bds Pine n Harvard 
Harlow Joshua S. baker, bds Pine n Harvard 
Harman Thomas L. h Brattle n Appian Way 
Harnett Thomas, laborer, h Brick Alley, North 
Harney Michael, laborer, h Tuttle n Wyeth 
Harraman Jonathan, teamster, bds Snell's, Bridge 
Harmon Adelia Miss, teacher private school, over Hyde's 

store, Main 
Harrigan Daniel, li Brick Alley, North 
Harrigan John, gardener, h Amory n Hampshire 



72 CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 

Harrigan Michael, laborer, h Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Harrigan Timothy, laborer, h Amory n Hampshire 
Harrington Benjamin W. b clerk, 18 City Wharf, bds 40 

Second 
Harrington Daniel, laborer, h Harvard n Davis 
Harrington Daniel, laborer, h 120 Bridge 
Harrington Henry F. clergyman, h 6 Centre 
Harrington Jeremiah, bootmaker, bds 155 Bridge 
Harrington John, blacksmith, h 5 Austin 
Harrington Joseph P. (& Livermore) keeper Irving House, 

Main 
Harrington Luther, machinist, h 15 Brooks's Buildings 
Harrington Lydia Mrs. h 26 Gore 
Harrington Michael, laborer, h North n East 
Harrington Sylvester, clerk, House Correction, bds Third 

cor Thorndike 
Harrington William, carpenter, h Hampshire n Amory 
Harrington Winthrop G. printer, h Chestnut n Magazine 
Harris Anne H. Mrs. h Brattle cor Church 
Harris Augustine, machinist, h 52 Market 
Harris Caroline R. M. Mrs. 39 Cottage 
Harris Catherine H. Mrs. h Holyoke Place 
Harris Charles, b civil engineer, Court Square, bds Hol- 
yoke Place 
Harris Clarendon, b civil engineer, Worcester R. R. depot, 

bds Holyoke Place 
Harris Edward D. b architect, State, bds Holyoke Place 
Harris Edward N. b dentist, 96 Tremont, h Main n Pearl 
Harris Elmer W*. b spice dealer, 4 Liberty Square, h 34 

Tremont 
Harris Emma F. teacher private school, Cotton cor Har- 
vard, bds Holyoke Place 
Harris George W. machinist, h Dickinson 
Harris J. Watson, b India goods dealer, 216 Washington, h 

junc River and Pleasant 
Harris James W. copyist, h Winthrop n Dunster 
Harris Jeremiah, carpenter, h 3 Oak 
Harris John L. provision dealer, 13 Moore n School 
Harris Lucinda Mrs. h Cherry cor School 
Harris Stephen S. upholsterer, h Everett Place 
Harris Thomas, shoemaker, h Magazine n Park 
Harndon Charles W. printer, bds Mrs. Fish's, Western 

Avenue 
Harrod Annie M. Miss, principal Sargent Alphabet School, 

Broadway, bds 67 Warren, Boston 
Harrod Frances J. Miss, assistant teacher Sargent Alphabet 
School, Broadway, bds 67 Warren, Boston 



CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 73 

H^rt Michael J. currier, h Brimmer Block, Harvard 

Hartford John, laborer, h Tuttle 

Hartigan John, provisions, Harvard, h same 

Hartigan Michael, laborer, h Portland n Hampshire 

Hartness George, blacksmith, Palmer, h Willard n Brattle 

Hartnett, John, laborer, h North cor Short 

Hartney Margaret, Miss, h Green n Bay 

Hartney Murt, currier, bds Green n Bay 

Hartshorn George, upholsterer, bds Mrs. Caldwell's, Fourth 

Hartshorn Joseph, upholsterer, bds Mrs. Caldwell's, Fourth 

Hartwell Charles H. bds Fifth cor Spring 

Hartwell Joseph E. provision dealer, Cambridge cor Fourth, 

bds Fifth cor Spring 
Hartwell Mary C. nurse, bds N. Marshall's, Clark 
Harty S imuel L. printer, bds 59 Mt. Auburn 
Harty Susan Mrs. h 59 Mt. Auburn 
Harvey Francis, bds Mrs. McCool's, Webster Avenue 
ilarvey William, h (Harvey, Burton & Co.) brush maker, 

27 Exchange, h 113 Cambridge 
Harwood, Myron W. carpenter, h 36 Tremont 
Haseltine Moses D. Mrs. h Maple 
Hiselton George, grocer, bds Mrs. Buckley's, Harvard 
Haskell John A. b machinist, 40 Bro infield, h River op Cot- 
tage 
Haskell John H. b machinist, bds River op Cottage 
Hasset Michael, laborer, h North n Short, Ward 3 
Hastings Alphonzo W. bds 85 Otis 

Hastings Andrew G. brush maker, h Harvard n G. J. R R. 
Hastings Andrew J. b stereotyper, 4 Spring Lane, h 26 

Tremont 
Hastings Catherine Mrs. h Green n Pleasant 
Hastings Charles, surveyor of lumber, h 25 Spring 
Hastings Charles B. b (J. S. Hastings & Son) crockery 

ware, 160 Congress, h Otis n Fifth 
Hastings Edward M. b clerk, bds 133 Cambridge 
Hastings John M. machinist, h 99 Otis 
Hastings Joseph S. b (J. S. Hastings & Son) crockery ware, 

160 Congress, h Second cor Otis 
Hastings Michael, laborer, h Hampshire n Portland 
Hastings Oliver, (& Co) lumber dealer, East, h Brattle n 

Willard 
Hastings Samuel E. b mechanical dentist, Pearl cor Walnut 
Hastings Thomas, (& Co.) grocer, Bridge, h 85 Otis 
Hastings Watson B. machinist, h 121 Cambridge 
Haswell Jane M. h Williams n Magazine 
Hatch Benjamin F. expressman, bds Jones's, Chauncy 
Hatch Everline A. Mrs. dry and fancy goods, 351 Main 
Hatch George M. shipmaster, h Jennings 



74 CAMBRIDGE [H ] DIRECTORY. 

Hatch James H. L. b junk dealer, h 351 Main 

Hatch Sewall, glass maker, h 16 Fourth 

Hatch Thomas D. clerk, h River n Jay 

Hatch William C. b locksmith, bds Washington 

Hatch William H. clergyman, h 64 Spring 

Hathaway Galen, b 186 State, h Magazine n Short 

Hathaway Sarah Mrs. h 10 Tremont 

Hatten Henry, straw dealer, h 14 Windsor 

Haven Gilbert, clergyman, h Gardner n Prospect 

Haven Henry P. carpenter, h Cherry cor School 

Havey Ann Mrs. h 120 Bridge 

Hawkes James, laborer, bds 124 Bridge 

Hawkes James, switchman, h East n R. R. crossing 

Hawkes Levi, plumber, bds 34 Auburn 

Hawkes Levi Mrs. h 34 Auburn 

Hawkins Benson, horse feeder Union R. R. bds 344 Main 

Hawthorne Henry, glass cutter, h Winter cor Third * 

Hay den Caleb, Register of Deeds, bds 55 Otis 

Hayden Charles E. clerk, Register of Deeds office, bds Otis 

cor Third 
Hayden Edward M. sewing machines, h Broadway n Moore 
Hayden Ezekiel, h 55 Otis 
Hayes Alvin,shoe store, Wood's Wooden Block, Main, h 

Perry n Pearl 
Hayes Daniel, laborer, h n Dublin 
Hayes Edmund, h Church n Brattle 
Hayes Edward E. bds Hunting's, Broadway 
Hayes Henry, expressman, 2 Harvard Row, h Shepard n 

Avon 
Hayes James, laborer, h Fourth n Gore 
Hayes Luther S. carpenter, Dunster n Mt. Auburn, h Con- 
cord Avenue n Sparks 
Hayes Michael, laborer, h n Dublin 
Hayes Thomas, britannia worker, h 91 Thorndike 
Haynes Charles S. b clerk, h 69 Spring 
Haynes Harriet Mrs. h 9 Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Haynes Henry A. provision dealer, North Avenue cor Rus- 

sel, bds N. Haynes's, n Spruce 
Haynes Mary, Miss, h 5 Cottage 
Haynes Nathaniel, trader, h Spruce n North Avenue 
Haynes Sarah, Miss, h 5 Cottage 
Hay ward George A. (Hay ward & Co.) expressman, office 

rear Holmes's store, Main, h 12 Prospect 
Hayward George W. b daguerreotypist, 208 Hanover, h 3 

Windsor 
Hayward Samuel, brass founder, bds Young's, Clark 
Hazard Samuel L. b coal, &c. Raymond's Wharf, h Otis n 

Third 



CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 75 

Hazel Benjamin G. laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 

Hazeltine Margaret W. Mrs. h 42 Cherry 

Hazelton Joseph T. (John A.Ellis & Co.) Gore n Sixth, bds 

Thorndike n Fifth 
Hazen Daniel, soap maker, h 49 Tremont 
Hazen James, jr. grease collector, h 49 Tremont 
Hazlett George, stone mason, h Sparks n Mt. Auburn 
Hazlett Joseph, laborer, h Mt. Auburn n Sparks 
Hazlett Joseph, jr. teamster, h Mt. Auburn 
Healey James I. b iron railing warehouse, 51 Sudbury, and 

Main, L. P., bds Gen. Bullock's, Putnam 
Healey Patrick, stone cutter at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, h 

Charlestown 
Hearn Peter, junk dealer, h Pleasant 

Hearsey William E. b harness maker, 12 Court, h 63 Co- 
lumbia 
geavey Patrick, bricklayer, h Cambridge n Windsor 
ebard Albert K. b melodeon manufacturer, bds Harvard 

n Clark 
Hector Thomas X. printer, h River cor Blackstone 
Heffernan James, shoemaker, Court, h same 
Heffernan James F. painter, h Webster Avenue n Cambridge 
Heffernan Joseph, shoemaker, Cambridge op Columbia, h 

same 
Heffernen William C. bootmaker, h Willow Place 
Hegney John, rope manufacturer, Cambridge op Webster 

Avenue, h Cambridge n Oak 
Heins Henry, cabinet maker, h Eighth n Thorndike 
Hemmenway Beulah N. E. Miss, h 38 Auburn 
Hemmenway Sarah E. Miss, h 38 Auburn 
Hemmenway William, printer, bds Weeks's, Park 
Henderson James A. blacksmith, bdsR. Henderson's, North 

Avenue 
Henderson John J. wheelwright, North Avenue, bds R. 

Henderson's, North Avenue 
Henderson Lawrence, laborer, h Canal 
Henderson Robert, blacksmith, h North Avenue 
Henderson Robert, jr. blacksmith, bds R. Henderson's, 

North Avenue 
Henderson William, teamster, h Pearl n Walnut 
Hendley Otis H. clerk, h 24 East 
Hennen William D attorney, bds Brattle House 
Hennessey James, printer, h Pearl n Valentine 
Henes:ey James, laborer, h Hastings n G. J. R. R. 
Henessey James, laborer, h near Dublin , 
Henessey Matthew, carpenter, h Foster cor Willard Place 
Henessey Thomas, laborer, h Harvard n Main 
Henessey Timothy, cabinet maker, h 127 Spring 



76 CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 



Henrick William, stone cutter, 130 Bridge 

Henry James, carpenter, bds Mrs. Reid's, Hamilton 

Henry James, grease collector, h n Jones's soap factory, 

Brookline 
Henry Warren S. carpenter, h rear 5 Green 
Henry William G. b flour and grain dealer, 59 Leverett, h 

Erie cor Pearl 
Henshaw George E. b clerk, bds 23 Brookline 
Henshaw John A. b 56 State, h Craigie cor Buckingham 
Henshaw William, book agent, h 23 Brookline 
Henshaw William 0. b clerk, h Sydney n Walnut 
Herald Michael, b tailor, h 5 Vine 
Herbert William, laborer, h Fourth n Winter 
Herrick George I. teamster, bds 51 Winter 
Herrick Israel, clerk, at A. H. Lerned's, h Broadway, L. P. 
Hersey Ellen Mrs. h Murdock n Hampshire 
Hermonnutz Joseph, glass blower, h Sixth n Cambridge 
Hess Hiram, b steam pipe, 18 Devonshire, h Livermore 
Hewins Robert, teamster, h 18 Brooks's Buildings 
Hewlett Molineaux A. Professor Gymnastics, H. U. h Irving 

Place 
Hews Augustus H. b jeweller, bds Broadway cor Norfolk 
Hews John, real estate agent, 421 Main, h Broadway cor 

Norfolk 
Hews John, laborer, h Race Course n Spruce 
Hews Matthew, machinist, bds Reed's Tavern, Gore 
Hey den Henry, b galvanizer, h School n Main 
Heymer John C. stereotyper, h Mt. Auburn junc Main 
Heywood Daniel T. h Elm 
Hey wood Samuel P. b Pres. City Fire Ins. Co. 19 Kilby, h 

Austin cor Inman 
Hickey John, laborer, h Short, Ward 3 
Hickey Margaret Mrs. h Pleasant cor Harrison Avenue 
Hickey Thomas, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, h 

Somerville 
Hicks Granville, driver Union R R. bds 2 Lambert Avenue 
Hicks Thomas J. b bootmaker, h 24 Fifth 
Hidden William H. b salesman, dry goods, 31 and 33 Frank- 
lin, h 12 Green 
Higginbotham William, painter, bds Mrs. Loughrey's, Main 

L. P. 
Higgins Ezekiel H. bookbinder, h Main cor Hancock 
Higgins James, tailor, Cambridge n Fourth, h same 
Higgins John, switchman, h Franklin n Pleasant 
Higginson Stephen, b agent for the Royal Insurance Co. 40 

State, h Putnam cor Green 
Higginson William C. b clerk, bds Putnam cor Green 
Hight Ellen M. Mi s, h Kirkland n Sumner 



CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 77 

Hildreth Abel A policeman, h Hampshire cor Clark 

Hildreth A. Edwin, h Putnam n Main 

Hildreth Edward S. clerk, bds Mt. Auburn n Bow & Arrow 

Hildreth John, laborer, h Portland 

Hildreth Joseph A. b clerk, 91 Milk, bds Hampshire cor 

Clark 
Hill Aaron R. b clerk, bds 98 Otis 
Hill Abbie H. teacher Dana Middle School, bds J. Smith's, 

Magazine cor Williams 
Hill Ann Miss, h North Avenue op Common 
Hill Daniel B. C. brass finisher, bds 26 School 
Hill George H. box maker, bds 117 Harvard 
Hill James, laborer, h Mason cor Garden 
Hill James, laborer, h Third n Charles 
Hill John, laborer, h Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
Hill Nathan R. stable keeper, Church, h Otis Place n Mt. 

Auburn 
Hill William H. H. livery stable, North Avenue, bds Mrs. 

Mead's, Elm n Russell 
Hill William, laborer, h Brighton n bridge 
Hilliard Samuel D. shoemaker, h 77 Washington 
Hillman John J. b silver plater, 24 Sudbury, h 78 Gore 
Hills Henry A. b clerk, bds 64 Thorndike 
Hills Henry S. b chair dealer, 85 Fulton, h 64 Thorndike 
Hills James W. J. b billiard room, h Western Avenue cor 

Jay 
Hills William S. law student, bds 64 Thorndike 
Hilton Francis, laborer, bds Seventh cor Thorndike 
Hilton James M. stoves, &c. Brattle Square, h Gerry n 

Chapman Place 
Hinckley Edwin A. b restorator, h Cambridge cor Fifth 
Hinckley George W. glass maker, h rear Lincoln Street 

Court 
Hinckley Hannah Mrs. h School Court 
Hinckley Harrison, travelling agent, h Mt. Auburn n 

Howard 
Hine Nicholas, carver, h Seventh n Otis 
Hines Richard B. b chair painter, h 65' Sixth 
Hippler Andrew, willow chair maker, h Clark cor Harvard 
Hiscock Robert, painter, h Broadway op Boardman 
Hitchcock Alvan, b clerk, 21 Federal, bds Mrs. Hagar's, 

11 Norfolk 
Hixon Edward, b upholsterer, 172 Washington, h Franklin 

cor Pearl 
Hixon Edward, jr. b upholsterer, bis Franklin cor Pearl 
Hixon George E. b upholsterer, h Harvard n Davis 
Hixon James, fruiterer, h near Catholic Church 
Hixon Martin, b upholsterer, h Hastings n Moore 



78 CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 



Hoar Michael, laborer, n Brighton n bridge 

Hobbs Curtis, (Reed &) boots and shoes, 131 Bridge, h 133 

Cambridge 
Hobbs Daniel, b New England Type Foundry, 66 Congress, 

h Treniont op Gardner 
Hobbs David, h 49 Market 
Hobbs Francis A. b bookbinder, 20 Washington, bds 49 

Market 
Hobbs Hannah Mrs. h rear 126 Bridge 
Hobbs Henry C. glass cutter, h 131 Cambridge 
Hobbs James, upholsterer, bds rear 126 Bridge 
Hobbs James, b house carver, Chardon, h Main cor Arrow 
Hobbs Jeremiah S. b carpenter, h School btwn Pine and 

Cherry 
Hobbs Moses H. h Union cor Market 
Hobbs Sarah T. teacher North Alphabet School, North Third, 

bds 133 Cambridge 
Hobbs William, clock repairer, h Market 
Hobby James M. provision dealer, Hampshire, h same 
Hobson James, taxidermist, h Hampshire n Prospect 
Hodge Joseph, teamster, h Broadway L. P. 
Hodge Richard, miller, h Franklin n Vernon 
Hodge William, b provision dealer, 13 Bedford, h Western 

Avenue cor Kinnard 
Hodges James H. h Pine n Washington 
Hodges Joseph, b clergyman, h Appian Way n Brattle 
Hodges Joseph, jr. bds Rev. J. Hodges', Appian Way 
Hodges Richard M. clergyman, h Waterhouse cor Garden 
Hodgkins William E.b salesman, 1 Old State House, h Centre 
Hodsdon Benjamin, b salesman, h Spring 
Hodsdon Jonathan B. cooper, h Walnut n Brookline 
Hodsdon William, b clerk, bds 37 Spring 
Hoey William, gilder, bds Flanders' Exchange, Cambridge 
Hogan James, laborer, h Green n Bay 
Hogan John, laborer, h Antrim n Broadway 
Hogan John B. cabinet maker, bds Bridge 
Hogan John J. cabinet maker, h Bridge op Car House 
Hoit Ezekiel, glass cutter, h 45 Gore 
Hoit Joseph, glass cutter, h 100 Thorndike 
Holbrook Daniel, h Sumner 

Holbrook Eliza Miss, h Mt. Auburn cor Everett Place 
Holbrook Frederick W. oyster dealer, h 36 Tremont 
Holden Alvin Mrs. h 42 Washington 
Holden Amos P. musician, h 2 Essex Court 
Holden Michael, rope maker, bds School cor Harrison 
Holihan Thomas, laborer, h Harvard n Main 
Holland Andrew, b woodcut and oil color printer, 17 Doane, 

h 3 Brooks's Buildings 



CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 79 

Holland Daniel, hostler, bds 3 Lambert Avenue 

Holland Daniel, laborer, h Green cor Bay 

Holland Dennis, laborer, bds 2 Lambert Avenue 

Holland Edward, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 

Holland Edward, laborer, h Spruce cor Sargent 

Holland John, laborer, h 3 Willard Place 

Holland John B. printer, bds J. Barry's, Broadway, L. P. 

Holland Matthew, carpenter, bds Mrs. McCool's, Webster 

Avenue 
Holland Timothy, laborer, h Hampshire n Portland 
Holland Timothy, laborer, h Green cor Bay 
Holland William H. baker, h 152 Harvard 
Hollis Charles, chemist, h Columbia cor Market 
Hollis John, printer, bds Harrison 
Holman David, laborer, h 37 Seventh 
Holman John, b (Smith & Co.) feathers and bedding, 60 

Union and 47 Friend, h North Avenue n Sacramento 
Holmes Charles, tin plate worker, h 61 Cambridge 
Holmes Charles C. b Massachusetts sale stable for horses, 

bds Flanders' Exchange, Cambridge 
Holmes David W. b commission merchant, 7 Liberty Square, 

h Hancock n Main 
Holmes Francis M. b bookkeeper, Commercial, bds J. A. 

Holmes's, Walnut 
Holmes Freeland S. upholsterer, h Perry n Magazine 
Holmes Henry 0. b silversmith, bds 0. Holmes's, Prospect 
Holmes Isaac C. (J. A. & I. C. Holmes) grocer, Main cor 

Magazine, h Allston 
Holmes John, bds Holmes' Place 
Holmes Joseph A. (J. A. & I. C. Holmes) grocer, Main cor 

Magazine, h Yv alnut 
Holmes Joseph H. clerk, bds Walnut 
Holmes Lydia Mrs. h Magazine cor Webster 
Holmes Orpheus, b (Sears & Co.) 180 State, h 33 Prospect 
Holmes Peter, laborer, h Columbia n Somerville 
Holmes Sarah Mrs. h Holmes' Place 
Holmes William S. h Green n Pleasant 
Holt Arno A. shoemaker, n railroad crossing, Harvard, h 

Hampshire op oil factory 
Holt Humphrey B. carpenter, bds Gilcreas's, Union 
Holt James L. painter and glazier, h South cor Dunster 
Holt Joseph G. attorney, Main, bds V S. Holt's, 37 Tre- 

mont 
Holt Joseph S. b clerk, 70 milk, h Douglass 
Holt Lark in, teamster, h 'zl South n Dunster 
Holt Oliver C. box maker, h Green n Sydney 
Holt Samuel, b (Holt & Son), truckman, Merrimack, h 

Cambridge n Eighth 



80 CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 

Holt Samuel F. b (Holt & Son), truckman, bds S. Dustin's, 
Fourth 

Holt .Samuel H. b blacksmith, h 1 Chestnut 

Holt Varnum S. (V. S. Holt & Co.), grocer, Main cor Nor- 
folk, h 37 Tremont 

Holt Whitman A. engineer, h 257 Main 

Holt William, b plumber, h Rockwell 

Holt William B. blacksmith, bds L. Holt's, South 

Holyoke Charles 0. b architect, 25 Niles's Block, h Carver 
n Wendall 

Homer Charles W. b hardware, 100 Federal, h Garden n 
Concord Avenue 

Homer Jacob, b third assistant clerk Police Court, bds 
Trowbridge 

Homer Levi P. instructor in music, H. U. h Mt. Auburn n 
D'Wolf 

Homer Mary B. Mrs. h Trowbridge n Broadway 

Homer Moore R. b provision dealer, h 62 Elm 

Hooker Anson, physician, h 86 Cambridge 

Hooker Anson P. physician, bds 86 Cambridge 

Hooker Charles K. b steampipe fitter, h Clark n Harvard 

Hooker Henry, b gas fitter, h 41 Columbia 

Hooker Hiram, farmer, h Columbia n Main 

Hooker Hiram W. driver Union R. R. h Clark cor School 

Hope Eugene, printer, h Prince n Pleasant 

Hooper Daniel, teamster, bds 51 Winter 

Hooper Lorenzo, teamster, bds 51 Winter 

Hooper Moses, car builder, bds Snell's, Bridge 

Hopkins Catharine Mrs. h Elm n Cambridge 

Hopkins Curtis, Green n Pleasant 

Hopkins James, carver, bds Spring n Sixth 

Hopkins John G. glass maker, h 118 Spring 

Hopkins Josiah, fish dealer, Brookline, bds at Curtis Hop- 
kins', Green n Pleasant 

Hopkins Mary A. Mrs. boarding house, 122 Harvard 

Hopkins Thomas, glass maker, h Spring n Sixth 

Hopkins W T illiam G. glass maker, bds Flanders' Exchange 

Hopkinson Francis, law student, bds Phillips Place n Mason 

Hopkinson Thomas Mrs h Phillips Place 

Hoppin Nicholas, clergyman, h Follen 

Horen David, laborer, h North n East 
Horen Patrick, tailor, h near Sargent 
Horn Frank D. conductor Union R. R. bds Ross's, Hancock 

n Green 
Horn Israel F. ice dealer, h Vine cor Fifth 
Horsford Eben N. Rumtbrd Professor and Lecturer on the 
Application of the Sciences to the Useful Arts, H. U. h 
Kirkland 



CAMBRIDGE [HJ DIRECTORY. 81 

Horton Darius, machinist, h 17 Tremont 

Hosmer Henry Z. bds 548 Main 

Hosmer Zelotes b (Hosmer & Co), hardware, 33 Battery- 
march, h 548 Main 

Houghton Amory, b Agent of Union Glass Company, 115 
Milk, h Prospect n Summer 

Houghton Amory, jr. clerk, Union Glass Co. h Prospect n 
Gardner 

Houghton Barnard, glass packer, bds H. Danforth's, Pros- 
pect n Broadway 

Houghton Henry 0. printer, Riverside, h 558 Main n Ellery 

Houghton Lucy A. Mrs. h 10 Tremont 

Houghton Moses B. Union Glass House, Somerville, h 47 
Prospect 

Houghton Thomas P. building mover, h 33 Washington 

Hourk Connerat, cabinet maker, h Eighth n Otis 

Houston John C. carver, bds 14 Sixth 

Hovey Anna Mrs. h Greea n Vernon 

Hovey Augustus H. b (A. H. Hovey & Co.), provisions, 15 
Commercial, h Cherry cor Washington 

Hovey Charles M. (& Co.), nursery, Cambridge, b 7 Mer- 
chants' Row, h Broadway n Fayette 

Hovey Dana R. clerk, bds 360 Main 

Hovey Ebenezer, h 38 State 

Hovey Elbridge S. b (A. H. Hovey & Co.), provisions, bds 
33 Western Avenue 

Hovey Eliza and Caroline, Misses, h Brookline nMain 

Hovey Horatio N. grocer, Gore cor Third, h 89 Otis 

Hovey J. Dana, grocer, 360 Main, h same 

Hovey John C. florist, bds P. B. Hovey 's, 9 Brookline 

Hovey Joseph P. clerk, bds 38 State 

Hovey Phineas B. b (Hovey & Co.), Agricultural Ware- 
house and Seed Store, 7 Merchants' Row, h 9 Brookline 

Hovey Samuel D. clerk, bds 38 State 

Hovey William B. b 32 Faneuil Hall Market, h 13 Williams 

Howard Francis E. printer, bds 45 Gore 

Howard Julius, printer, bds Blackstone 

Howard George C. actor, h Green n Putnam 

Howard George H. mould maker, bds 45 Gore 

Howard Hannah E. Mrs. h 45 Gore 

Howard Peter M. tonsorial artist and broker, 390 Main, h 
35 Tremont op Gardner 

Howe Avery F. (& Teele) bacon curer, Main, h 132 Harvard 

Howe David, bacon curer, h 294 Pine 

Howe Elias, b music dealer, 33 Court, h 251 Broadway 

Howe Estes, b Treasurer Union Railroad Co., Cambridge Gas 
Light Co., &c, 39 State, h Oxford cor Kirkland 

Howe George W. b clerk, h Orchard 



82 CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 

Howe John D. b attorney, Old State House, bds 8 Broadway- 
Howe John E. electrotype finisher, bds 292 Main 
Howe Joseph N. agent N. E. Glass Co., h at Boston 
Howe Josiah D. painter, Mount Auburn Cemetery, h near 

Mt. Auburn Court 
Howe Michael, soap maker, h rear Clark 
Howe Moses A. clergyman, h 100 Cambridge 
Howe Otis, b spring bed manufacturer, rear 292 Main, h 

Norfolk cor Austin 
Howe Patrick, laborer, h Cambridge n Eighth 
Howe Robert, slater, h Cambridge n Prospect 
Howe Samuel S. b (Davis &), ship stores, 204 Commercial, 

h 211 Harvard 
Howe Sarah L. Mrs. h Garden n Appian Way 
Howe Tyler, spring bed manufacturer, 292 Main, h same 
Howe U. Tracy, b merchant, h Everett n North Avenue 
Howe William, conductor Union R. R. h Crescent n Oxford 
Howe William G. b clerk, 92 State, bds U. T. Howe's, Everett 
Howes Edwin, charcoal pedler, h 82 Spring 
Howes Solomon, shipmaster, h Harvard n Prospect 
Howland William H. lumber dealer, Bridge n Craigie's 

Bridge, h 65 S. Sixth 
Howland William S. lumber dealer, Bridge, h Somerville 
Howlett Catharine Mrs. bds Allan's, Western Avenue 
Howlett Charles M. cigar maker, bds Pioneer cor Hampshire 
Howlett Enoch D. cigar maker, Main, L. P. bds Windsor 
Howlett Enoch J. b cigar maker, 94 Union, h Windsor cor 

Hampshire 
Howlett George C. b clerk, 61 Blackstone, h 55 Columbia 
Howlett Joseph P. cigar maker, h Broadway n Pioneer 
Howlett William, cigar maker, Main, LP., h Pioneer cor 

Broadway 
Hoyt Benjamin J carpenter, h 45 Cottage 
Hoyt Benjamin S. stone cutter, h Otis n Seventh 
Hoyt Joseph S. moulder, h Washington cor Windsor 
Hoyt Moses, laborer, h 45 Cottage n Pearl 
Huckins Rodney, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, 

bds Flanders' Exchange, Bridge 
Hubbard Appleton, conductor Union R. R. bds Watertown 
Hubbard Gardiner Greene, b counsellor, 39 State, h Brattle 

n Sparks 
Hubbard Harrison R. provision dealer, h Cambridge n Wil- 
low Place 
Hubbard William, provision dealer, Cambridge n Second, h 

Second n Gore 
Huckins Lucy Mrs. h 259 Main 
Hudson Charles H. b (& Russell) counsellor, 68 Cornhill, 

481 Main, over Hyde's Store, h Somerville 



CAMBRIDGE [H] DIRECTORY. 83 

Hudson Thorn is S. brass finisher, Gore n Second, h 38 Gore 
Hughes Alexander, grocer, and shoe dealer, 147 Bridge, h 

same 
Hughes Frederick, h 43 Fourth 

Hughes George H. painter, h Murdock n Hampshire 
Hume Charles, moulder, bds 76 School 
Humpage Henry W. b brass chaser, h 80 Harvard 
Humphrey David, b 214 State, h Main cor Eilery 
Humphrey Seth T. carpenter, h Main n Pioneer, L P 
Humphrey Sophia Mrs. h Harvard n Harvard Square 
Humphreys Edward H. teacher, h Boardman cor Broadway 
Hunnewell Anna Mrs. h Milk n Union Square 
Hunnewell Charles, carriage maker, Brattle cor James, h 

same 
Hunnewell Charles II. conductor Union R. R. h Mt Auburn 

Place, n Mt. Auburn 
Hunnewell Franklin, paper hanger, Brattle cor Palmer, h 

Hilliatd cor Daniels' Court 
Hunnewell James A. jeweller, Harvard Square cor Dunster, 

h Ash street Court 
Hunnewell William, grocer, 71 Cambridge, h 170 Cambridge 
Hunson Henry, b (Litchfield & Hunson), fish dealer, 100 

Blackstone. h Otis n Fifth 
Hunt Samuel F. soap manufacturer, h 38 Auburn " 
Hunt Thomas W. Mrs. h 107 Cambridge 
Hunter James, glass cutter, h Winter n Fifth 
Hunting Charles B. b inspector, Custom House, h Trow- 
bridge n Broadway 
Hunting George B. b broker, h State 
Hunting Henry A. b sign painter, h Short cor Pleasant 
Hunting Henry E. livery stable, h 252 Broadway, h same 
Hunting Justus M. Mrs. h Trowbridge n Broadway 
Hurd Amos D. wheelwright, Palmer, h rear Palmer 
Hurd Caroline Mrs. h Holyoke n Mt Auburn 
Hurd Willard, teamster, h Leighton Court 
Hurlbut William R. b salesman, 73 Franklin, h 112 Norfolk 
Hurley Kdmund, laborer, h Dublin 
Hurley Florence, laborer, h 3rick Alley, North 
Hurley James, laborer, h Fourth cor Gore 
Hurley Miry Mrs. h near Lowell R. R. Ea>t 
Hurley Michael, stairbuilder, bds Atwood's, State 
Hurley Patrick, laborer, h East n R. R. cross'ng 
Hurley Thomas, laborer, h Hancock n Centre 
Hurley William, laborer, h 71 Gore 
Hurleyhee John, stone cu ter, at J. F. Gilmau's, Bridge, h 

Bridge 
Huse George W. S. b teamster, h 7 Austin 
Ilussey John H. teamster, bds Reed's Tavern, Gore 



84 CAMBRIDGE [I] DIRECTORY. 

Hussey William M. furniture painter, h Pine n Harvard 
Hutc.iins E. Winchester, cabinet maker, h 154 Cambridge 
Hutchins Samuel, printer, h Ash Street Court 
Hutchins William, clerk, h North Avenue n Porter's Station 
Hutchinson Erastus, carpenter, h Spruce n Cedar 
Hutchinson George H. glass maker, bds Tarbox's, Fifth 
Hutchinson Horatio D. b attorney, 20 Court, h 43 Auburn 
Hutchinson James B. janitor Scientific School, Kirkland, h 

same 
Hutchiuson John, carpenter, bds J. B. Hutchinson's, Kirk- 
land 
Hutchinson Nathan, building mover, h 315 Main 
Hutchinson Thomas, soap maker, h 87 Gore 
Hyde Dana W. clerk, bds Essex n Main 
Hyde Edward, dry goods, 481 Main, h 42 Franklin 
Hyde Eliza R. assistant teacher, Washington Grammar 

School, Brattle, bds Buckingham 
Hyde Frances A. teacher Harvard Primary School, bds 

Essex n Austin 
Hyde George W. b clerk, bds Hyde's, Mt. Auburn 
Hyde Isaac, planing mill, Brighton, h Mt. Auburn cor 

Everett Place 
Hyde Lurissa G. Mrs. h Essex n Main 
Hyde Margaret Mrs. h Charles n Fourth 

Iles A. Osborn, b clerk, bds Williams n Pearl 

lies William A. b clerk, 80 State, h Williams cor Pearl 

Iisley John C. bookkeeper, 418 Main, bds Hyde's, Essex 

In galls Alexander, bookbinder, h 62 River 

Ingalls Charles E. b clerk, bds 64 Thorndike 

Ingalls Edward B. upholsterer, Harvard n Norfolk, bds 44 

Essex 
Ingalls John D. pump and block maker, Harvard n Norfolk, 

h a 5 Norfolk 
Ingalls John R. pump and block maker, Harvard n Norfolk, 

h 44 Essex 
Innis Charles E. printer h Washington Court, Putnam 
Ireland Ripley A. box maker, bds 49 Market 
Ireland Robert D. b. brass finisher, h 22 Brookline 
Ireson Adeline M. teacher Washington Middle School, bds 

Garden cor Appian Way 
Ireson Mary Mrs. h Garden cor Appian Way 
Irons Lewis, lapidary, bds Mrs. Hopkins's, 122 Harvard 
Irvine John A. printer, bds Boston 
Isaac Thomas, b tailor, h Howard n Western Avenue 
Ivers Francis, carriage maker, h Otis Place 
Ivers Margaret Mrs. h Broadway n Winsdor 
Ivers Warren, carriage maker, bds Mrs. W T alton's, Hilliard 



CAMBRIDGE [J] DIRECTORY. 85 

Irwin Mary, Mrs. h Vine n Fourth 

Irwin William, stone critter, bds Vine n Fourth 

Jackson George, teamster, bds Gibson's, Main 

Jackson John, shoemaker, h n Kerosene Works, Court 

Jackson Lucy Mrs. h Kinnard 

Jackson Mary D. washerwoman, h Garden 

Jackson William, carpenter, h 88 Third 

Jackson William A. carpenter, h Magazine n Short 

Jacobs Aaron M. b (A & A. Jacobs), 17 City Wharf, h 

Harvard n Dana 
Jacobs Bela F. b attorney, 8 Barristers' Hail, h Pleasant 

cor Franklin 
Jacobs Francis W. law student, bds W. B. Jacobs, Harvard 
Jacobs Hannah C. Mrs. h 14 Green n Magazine 
Jacobs Justin A. attorney and City Clerk, h Pleasant cor 

Franklin 
Jacobs Samuel, cigar maker, h 5 Hastings 
Jacobs Sarah Mrs. h Pleasant cor Franklin 
Jacobs William B. b bookseller, 79 Cornhill, h Harvard n 

Hancock 
James Henry, laborer, h 22 Winter 
James Samuel, postmaster and grocer, Main n Norfolk, h 

2 Norfolk 
Jaques Mary Mrs. h Holyoke 
Jaques Mary J. Miss, taiioress, bds Holyoke 
Jarman Mary J. Miss, h Cambridge op Oak 
Jarvis Rebecca P. Miss, h North Avenue n Common 
Jayes Daniel, laborer, h Dublin 

Jetferds James F. city lamp lighter, h Willard Street Court 
Jefferson Daniel, b clerk, 112 Washington, h Green n Han- 
cock 
Jelly James, glass cutter, h 91 Thorndike 
Jenks William H. b painter, h Main L. P. 
Jenkins Joseph P. h Mt. Auburn n Ash 
Jenkins Nathan, carpenter, bds Mason's, Spruce 
Jenkins Nathaniel, carpenter, h 3 Broadway 
Jenkins Samuel R stoves, &c, Cambridge n Second, h 99 

Cambridge 
Jenkins \V. Augustus, plasterer, h 13 Windsor cor School 
Jenness John L. lather, h Lincoln Court 
Jenness Jonathan, grocer, Main, h same 
Jenness Lydia Mrs. h Lincoln Court 
Jenness William II. lather, bds Lincoln Court 
Jennings Augustus, cigar maker, bds 321 Main 
Jennings Edward, wheelwright, bds 824 Main 
Jennings Frederick C. mason, h roar Front n Main 
Jennings James, laborer, h Spruce 



86 CAMBRIDGE [ J ] DIRECTORY. 

Jennings John D. merchant tailor, Main op Pearl, h same 
Jennings Joseph, wheelwright, h 324 Main 
Jennings Joseph II. cigar dealer, h .Jennings 
Jennings Levi, b shoe dealer, 103 Pearl, h Harvard n Co- 
lumbia 
Jennings Samuel W. carpenter, h Norfolk n Hampshire 
Jennings Thomas, bookbinder, h Pearl op Perry 
Jennings Thomas W. mason, h Brookline n Auburn 
Jennison James, jr. Tutor in History, and Instructor in El- 
ocution, and Registrar EI. U. rooms 20 Holworthy 
Jermyn David, messenger Nautical Almanac Office, h Water- 
house cor Follen 
Jessup Joseph H. confectioner, h Thorndike cor Eighth 
Jewell Hosea, Deputy Sheriff and real estate agent, office 

Main op Irving House, h 64 Magazine 
Jewett Arthur, painter, bds 121 Cambridge 
Jewett James, b (Stevens & Jewett) organ builder, 120 Lev- 

erett, h 137 Cambridge 
Johnson Alonzo F. b clerk post-office, bds 107 Cambridge 
Johnson Charles D. laborer, h Garden n Wyeth 
Johnson C. Robinson, b (E. A. & W. Winchester) soap, 
candles, and provisions, 16 South Market, soap works, 
Water n Bridge, h 73 Otis 
Johnson Charles, laborer, h 5 Washington 
Johnson Charles S. b chair maker, bds 4 Pine 
Johnson Daniel K. mathematical instrument maker, h Rice 
Johnson Ebenezer, laborer, h Hampshire n Inman 
Johnson Edward laborer, h Third n Charles 
Johnson Francis H. b salesman, 6 Summer, h Union n Mar- 
ket 
Johnson Henry, laborer, h 12 Hastings 
Johnson Henry H. painter, h Howard n Mt. Auburn 
Johnson Herbert, spring bed maker, bds Bixby's, Windsor 
Johnson Hiram, carpenter, bds Jones's, Chauncy 
Johnson Holden, glass packer, bds 6 Third 
Johnson John J. carpenter, bds Mrs. Mc Norton's, Brighton 
Johnson John Q. A. b bookkeeper, 18 Central Wharf, h Ever- 
ett n North Avenue 
Johnson Josiah, mason, bds 6 Green 
Johnson Solon, varnisher, h 26 Fifth 
Johnson Theresa M. Mrs. (Alley & Johnson) milliner, 43 

Cambridge, h 39 Cambridge 
Johnson William, painter, Main n State, h Austin cor 

School 
Johnson William 0. physician, h Brattle cor Mason 
Johnston George, glass cutter, h Gore cor Fifth 
Jones Amos, teamster, bds Littlefield's, Bridge 
Jones Amos, stone cutter, at Gilman's, bds Reed's Tavern 



CAMBRIDGE [ J J DIRECTORY. &( 

Jones Andrew, mason, h 31 Second 

Jones Andrew J. blacksmith, Church cor Palmer, h Shep- 

ard n North Avenue 
.Jones Austin K. janitor, H. U. h Church n Palmer 
Jones Benjamin, b street waterer, h 34 State 
Jones Benjamin M. b clerk, 18 Batterymarch, bds 48 Maga- 
zine 
Jones Bradford, driver Union R. R. bds River 
Jones Bradford R. laborer, bds Green n Pleasant 
Jones Charles, clergyman, h Webster 

Jones Charles L. & Co. b (A. Jones, E. Jones, W. B. Jones) 
soap and oil manufacturers, 4 S. Market, h Harvard 
cor Lee 
Jones Edward, clerk, bds 102 Cambridge 
Jones Elias, currier, h Davis n Harvard 
Jones Francis, jr. carpenter, h Spring n Seventh 
Jones George, h Winthrop cor Holyoke 
Jones Harriet and Mary, h 10 Windsor 
Jones Henry E. (C. L. & Co.) soap manufacturer, Pearl, 

h Williams btwn Magazine and River 
Jones Henry M. wheelwright, Main, bds 34 State 
Jones Isaac F. assistant Register of Probate and Insolven- 
cy, h Sixth n Otis 
Jones James, clerk, bds Stafford's, 52 Windsor 
Jones John K. h Bath n Gas Works 
Jones John L. printer, h Green n Bay 
Jones Joseph H. carpenter, h Washington n Columbia 
Jones Leonard S. b shoe dealer, 87 Pearl, h Kirkland 
Jones Lucius A. b (C. L. & Co.) 4 South Market, h Norfolk 

cor Austin 
Jones Maria E. Miss, assistant teacher Washington Primary 

School, Brattle 
Jones Mark A. druggist, Fifth cor Cambridge 
Jones Mary M. Mrs. teacher Allston Alphabet School, bds 

48 Magazine 
Jones Nathaniel,!) carpenter, 40 Joy, bds Main op Hancock 
Jones Orrin G. expressman, 2 Harvard Square, h Chauncy 
Jones Robert, furrier, 1G8 Harvard, h same 
Jones Thomas, cigar maker, b Is Gibson's, Main 
Jones William, b upholsterer, h Sixth n Vine 
Jones William, teaser, Bay State Glass House, h rear 2G 

Gore 
Jones William B. stone cutter, h Main, L. P. 
Jones William II. watchmaker and jeweller, Harvard Square, 

bds Church 
Jones William R. b (C. L. & Co.) soap manufacturer, 1 South 

Market, h Harvard cur Loo 
Jordan William IT. printer, bds frying House, Main 



88 CAM11RIDGE [K ] UIHECTOUY. 

Joseph Anna Mrs. h Hampshire n Medio id 

Josh Terence, brass finisher, bds Gibson's, Main 

Josselyn Annie B. teacher Eastern Primary School, Fourth, 

bds 96 Otis 
Josslyn Ellis K. b comb maker, 130 Washington, h 21 Wash- 
ington 
Josslyn Walter E. b comb maker, 130 Washington, bds 

21 Washington 
Joy George M. printer, h River n Franklin 
Joy Isaac, carpenter, h 363 Main 
Jude William, laborer, h Somerset n Pleasant 
Jungman Adolph, printer, h Blackstone 

Kalagher Michael, laborer, h Spruce 

Kalahan Daniel, laborer, h Spruce n brickyard 

Kalahan Patrick, laborer, h Spruce n brickyard 

Kallahan John, carpenter, h Vine n Fifth 

Kalaher Cornelius, laborer, h Bridge 

Kamp Adam, bootmaker, Brighton, h same 

Kane Joseph, laborer, h 128 Bridge 

Kane Michael, laborer, h rear Winter n Third 

Karen John, laborer, h Race Course n Spruce 

Keagan Thomas, baker, bds Newmarch's, Harvard 

Keane Malichi, b harness maker, 20 Court, h 4 Summer 

Keay Alfred H. carpenter, h Spruce 

Keay Erburn S. farmer, h Tuttle n Wyetli 

Keefe James, laborer, h n Dublin 

Keefe John, laborer, h Short n Lowell R. R. 

Keefe Mary Mis. h Columbia n Hampshire 

Keefe Michael, baker, h Moore n Harvard 

Keefe Thomas, laborer, h East n North 

Keefe Timothy, blacksmith, h Columbia n Hampshire 

Keegan Charles, baker, bds 116 Cambridge 

Keegan Lawrence, baker, h 18 Spring 

Keeler George S. coach maker, h 22 East 

Keenan Ann Mrs. h Hampshire n Amory 

Keenan James, laborer, h Hampshire n Amory 

Keenan James, laborer, h Suffolk 

Keenan Patrick, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Alewife 

Brook 
Keenan Patrick, carpenter, bds Duris's, Valentine 
Keeser Francis, glass cutter, h Windsor n Cambridge 
Kehoe James, b bookbinder, h Baldwin n Kirkland 
Kelleher Dennis, laboier, h Murdock n Hampshire 
Kelley Charles II. moulder, at Kinsley's, h Hampshire cor 

Portland 
Kelley Daniel, grocer. Cambridge cor Webster Avenue, h 

Cambridge cor Windsor 



CAMBRIDGE [K] DIRECTORY. 89 

Kelley Daniel G. clerk, bds Cambridge cor Windsor 

Kelley David C. box maker, bds D. G. Merrill's, Bristol 

Kelley Hugh, grease collector, h Willow Place 

Kelley James, laborer, h Suffolk n Columbia 

Kelley John W. brass spinner, h Charles cor Fourth 

Kelley Mary C. Mrs. h 23 Worcester 

Kelley Mary G. assistant teacher Sargent Primary School, 

bds 23 Worcester 
Kelley Owen, laborer, h Lambert n Gore 
Kelley Patrick, soap maker, h Second n Gore 
Kelley Sarah F. teacher Sargent Primary School, bds 23 

Worcester 
Kellogg William, grocer, Elm, h Elm n Hampshire 
Kelly Amasa S. clothing Store, Main op Pearl, h Cottage n 

River 
Kelly Barney, plasterer, h Hancock cor Franklin 
Kelly Bernard, bds 342 Main 

Kelly Daniel, glass maker, h Cambridge cor Webster Avenue 
Kelly Edward, laborer, h Cambridge n First 
Kelly Edward, laborer, at Mrs. Humphrey's, Harvard 
Kelly Edward, singer, h 13 Winter 
Kelly Frederick A. b melodeon manufacturer, bds Harvard 

n Clark 
Kelly Isabella Mrs. h 84 Fourth 
Kelly John, laborer, h Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
Kelly John, laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Kelly Lawrence, b marble polisher, h 118 Columbia 
Kelly Mary Mrs. h Concord Avenue n Alewife Brook 
Kelly Michael, laborer, h Charles n Third 
Kelly Michael, laborer, h Webster Avenue n Somerville 
Kelly Michael, laborer, h Amory n Hampshire 
Kelly Michael, laborer, h East n Bridge 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, bds Franklin n Bay 
Kelly Patrick, carpenter, bds Fourth cor Cambridge 
Kelly Peter, laborer, h Spruce 
Kelly Susan Mrs. h Water n Lowell R. R. 
Kelly Thomas, laborer, h Green n Bay 
Kelly Timothy, laborer, h 121 Bridge 
Kelly William V. carpenter, h Harvard n Clark 
Kelsey William, b upholsterer, h Winter Street Block, Winter 
Keltly Michael, teamster, h 331-2 Washington 
Kemp William N. stone cutter, h Otis n Sixth 
Kendall Christopher, machinist, bds Bixby's, Windsor 
Kendall Edmund II. b salesman, 8 Summer, h 45 Brookline 
Kendall Edward, (Kendall & Davis), boiler maker, h 13 

Auburn Court 
Kendall John B, painter and grainer, h Suffolk n Columbia 
Kendall Mary E. Mrs. h Allston cor Pearl 

b* 



90 CAMBRIDGE [K] DIRECTORY. 

Kendall Peter, carpenter, h Inrran n B;oadw:y 
Kendrick Henry, teamster, li 1 Leighton Court 
Kendrick Rufus, biotina roofer, bds Merrill's, Main 
Keniston Henry H. b clerk, bds 97 Cambridge 
Kennard Benjamin, printer, h D'Wolf n Mt. Auburn 
Kennard William L. printer, bds D'Wolf n Mt. Auburn 
Kennedy Artemas, cracker baker, 836 Main, h same 
Kennedy Daniel, blacksmith, Webster Avenue cor Windsor, 

li same 
Kennedy James, laborer, li Elm n Hampshire 
Kennedy John, b porter, h Elm n Hampshire 
Kennedy John, grocer, Charles, h same 
Kennedy Martin, horse dealer, bds Harvey 
Kennedy Martin, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
Kennedy Thomas, laborer, at Mrs. Wells's, Brattle 
Kennedy Thomas, laborer, h Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
Kennedy William, horse dealer, h Harvey 
Kenney James, cabinet maker, bds Mrs. McXorton's, Brigh- 
ton 
Kenney James, laborer, h 77 School 
Kenney Jeremiah, clerk Union Glass Works, h Cambridge 

n Elm 
Kenney John, laborer, h 15 Winter 
Kenney John, tinman, h Franklin n Pleasant 
Kenney Margaret Mrs h 15 Winter 
Kenney Michael, boiler maker, h School 
Kenney Patrick, carpenter, h rear Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
Kenney Thomas, stone mason, h Prince 
Keniston Reuben C. Mrs. h 97 Cambridge 
Kenrick Elbridge G. brickmaker, h Race Course n Spruce 
Kent Benjamin F. b salesman, 50 Washington, bds Mrs. 

Alden's, rear 15 Essex 
Kent James B. saloon, Harvard Row, h School Court 
Kent William, b plumber, 21 1-2 Milk, h 2 Kinnard cor 

River 
Kent William EL b bookkeeper, h Clinton n Harvard 
Kern Francis V. clerk Register Deeds Ohice, bds Mis. Badg- 
er's, Fifth 
Kernan James, furniture dealer, Brattle, h Green n Putn m 
Kerr William, grocer, 62 River, h same 
Kershaw John, b locksmith, h North Avenue n Meacham 
Kershaw Robert, b (Edwards & Kershaw), safe maker, Bow- 

doin Square, h 20 Tremont 
Kessehl Frederick, shoemaker, 78 Cambridge, h Bridge 
Kettell Samuel Mrs. h Mt. Auburn n Brattle House 
Keyes Ira, c:.rpenter, h North Avenue n Cedar 
Kezar Sarah F. and Ellen M. Misses, private school, Cam- 
bridge cor Fourth, h 101 Cambridge 



CAMBRIDGE [K] DIRECTORY. 91 

Kidd Algernon B. b salesman, Washington cor Winter, h 

Hampshire' cor Prospect 
Kidder Daniel T. b wharfinger, 13 Howe's Wharf, h 476 

Main 
Kiley John, butcher , h Vine cor Fifth 
Kiely John, shoemaker, h Gore n Reed's Tavern 
Kiernan Mary Mrs. h Ihorndike n South 
Kiernan Thomas J. janitor College Library, H. U. bds B. F. 

Wyeth's, Brattle n Brattle Square 
Kilburn Elizabeth A. boys' clothes maker, h Main, L. P. 
Kilhan Patrick, laborer, h Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
Killion Patrick, laborer, h Baldwin 
Kilroy Patrick, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
Kimball Charles H. b restoratcr, h Franklin n Pleasant 
Kimball George, b clerk, 5 State Street Block, h 13 Sixth 
Kimball Henry W. b (Lana, Hyde & Farrar) grocer, Broad, 

h Main cor Pioneer 
Kimball John, laborer, at H. 0. Houghton's. 558 Main 
Kimball Lyman, bread pedler, bds 5 Essex 
Kimball "William, (William Kimball & Co.) merchant tailor, 

Harvard Row, bds Mt. Auburn cor Ash 
King Byrne, laborer, h Third n Charles 
King Charlotte C. Mis. h Coolidge Avenue n Mt. Auburn 
King Edward, teamster, bds Ellery 
King George S. h Brighton n Eliot 
King George W. b (Hovey & Co.) commission merchant, 60 

Blackstone, h Amory n Broadway 
King Moses, ice man, bds Flanders's Exchange, Cambridge 
King Samuel Mrs. h 103 Cambridge 
King Samuel A. b butter, &c. dealer, 43 North Market, h 

12 Cottage 
King Theodore E. dentist, h Franklin n Pearl 
King Michael, laborer, h 22 Spring 
King Patrick, laborer, h Harvard n Main 
King Patrick, laborer, h Harvard June Main 
King Rufus A. (Prentice 4t King) furniture dealer, Har- 
vard cor Chestnut 
King William V. law student, bds Mr?. King's, Ccclidge 

Avenue 
Kingman Heman P. dry goods, Harvard Row, Harvard 

Square, bds Harvard n Hancock 
Kingsbury Jeremiah, brushmaker, Ids 208 Main 
Kingsley Chester W. b dealer in beef, pork, &c. 30 City 

Wharf, h North Avenue 
Kinsley Edward B. grocer, Cambridge cor Third, h 13-4 

Otis 
Kinsley Edward W. b (Hofiford, Kinsley & Co.) Franklin, 

bds Main cor Piospcct 



92 CAMBRIDGE [K] DIRECTORY. 

Kinnear John, printer, h Hampshire n Inman 

Kinnear Margaret Mrs. h Hampshire n Inman 

Kinsley Henry, policeman, h 136 Otis 

Kinsley Joseph W. printer, bds 186 Otis 

Kinsley Lyman, forge and foundry, Main n G. J. R. R. h 

Austin n Essex 
Kinsley Mary Mrs. h 101 Cambridge 

Kinsman John 0. b foreman, Denio & Roberts', h Watson 
Kinsman Josiah B. b attorney, 30 Court, bds Green n Mag- 
azine 
Kinsman Julius A. b wine merchant, 93 State, h 62 Thorn- 
dike 
Kirby Eli, laborer, at Reed's Tavern, Gore 
Kirlin Bernard, carpenter, h Charles n Fourth 
Kirvan William, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, h 

Boston 
Kittridge Jesse H. b produce dealer, Blackstone, bread 

store, Fisk's Block, Main, h same 
Kivlan Peter, teamster, h Bridge n Second 
Kivlan William, printer, h Walnut Street Court 
Klouderlein John, baker, h Hampshire n Amory 
Knapp Frederick N. clergyman, h Otis n Third 
Knapp Robert J. P. grocer, Spring cor Fourth, bds Second 

cor Thorndike 
Knapp Samuel Mrs. h Second cor Thorndike 
Kneeland Francis, blacksmith, h Gerry 
Kneeland Henry, teamster, h rear Mt. Auburn n Putnam 
Kneeling James, mason, h Hastings n G. J. R. R. 
Knight Charles Mrs. h Windsor n Main 
Knight Joseph R. b 234 Washington, h 15 Third 
Knight Samuel D. b (Bigelow & Knight), boot and shoe 

dealer, 75 Pearl, h 1 Norfolk 
Knights Bridget, Miss, h 9 Hastings 
Knights Samuel C. b salesman and auctioneer, 7 Elm, h 

Western Avenue n Kinnard 
Knowles David K. overseer, at slaughter house, h Gore op 

slaughter house 
Knowles Samuel, b (Knowles & Beal) grocer, 1 Central 

Wharf, h 36 Windsor 
Knowles William F. b clerk, 15 State, h Tremont n Gardner 
Knowlton Abraham, mason, h Webster Place 
Knox Charles, stone cutter, bds 79 Spring 
Kolb Matthaus, leather dresser, h Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Kolmire Henry, brush maker, h Sixth n Vine 
Kolsn William, b cooper, h 7 Brooks's Buildings 
Kramer Sebastian, b watchmaker, bds Mrs. Hurd's, Holyoke 
Kuhn Ann, Miss, h 149 Harvard 
Kuhn George W. b 48 State, bds Pine n Washington 



CAMBRIDGE [£] DIRECTORY. 93 

Kuhn John M. h Broadway cor Clark 

Kuhn Nancy Mrs. h Pine n Washington 

Kurtz John, butcher, h on Race Course n end Harvey 

Ladd George, b gas-fitter, h Eaton 

Ladd John S. Justice Police Court, h 27 Second 

Ladd Robert B. b clerk, 51 Blackstone, h Valentine n Pearl 

Ladd Willard, carpenter, h Concord Avenue n Sparks 

Lahy John, tailor, h Short, Ward 3 

Laky John, laborer, h Spruce 

Laidler Hammond, watchman, h Third n Cambridge 

Laidler John, brush maker, bds Third n Cambridge 

Lain William, laborer, h near Dublin 

Lakin Henry, carpenter, h Third n Charles 

Lalley John, plasterer, h Charles River 

Lalley Thomas, plasterer and stucco worker, h D' Wolf 

Lamb Anthony, bds F. E. Saunders's, North Avenue n 

Everett 
Lamb James, blacksmith, Western Avenue, h 10 Auburn 

Court 
Lambert John, tailor, h Elm n Hampshire 
Lamson Henry, mason, h Norton 
Lamson Henry A. mason, h Mellen n North Avenue 
Lamson Rufus, (R. & R. W. Lamson), mason, h 54 Essex 
Lamson Rufus W. (R. & R. W. Lamson), mason, h Norfolk 

n Harvard 
Lanahan Daniel, laborer, h brown Block op oil factory, 

Hampshire 
Landerkin Llewellyn, machinist, h 17 Front 
Landers Joanna, Mi&s, dressmaker, Harvard Square, hsame 
Lane Charles T. shoemaker, bds 90 Vine 
Lane Dennis, laborer, h Broadway n Fayette 
Lane Dennis, blacksmith, h 1 Vine 
Lane Ellen Mrs. h Willow Place 
Lane George, b grocer, 29 School, h 59 Prospect 
Lane George E. laborer, at Eustis House, North Avenue 
Lane George M. University Professor of Latin, and Regis- 
trar, H. U. h Main n Quincy 
Lane Hannah, Miss, millinery, Main n City Hall, bds Green 

cor Vernon 
Lane Maurice, laborer, bds 2 Lambert Avenue 
Lane Michael, laborer, h Sparks n Catholic Church 
Lane Patrick, laborer, h Spruce 
Lane Sarah S. Miss, h 460 Main op In man 
Lane Thomas, tobacco pressor, h 90 Vine 
Lane Timothy, teamster, bds Garden cor Shepard 
Lanegan John, boiler maker, bds 2 Carver, Boston 
Lanergan Henry, carpenter, bds Charles n Fifth 



94 CAMBRIDGE [ Xi ] DIRECTORY. 

Lang Aaron, mason, bds 1 Front 

Lang John, stone mason, bds 1 Front 

Lang John C. saloon, 392 Main, h Front 

Langan Jane Mrs. h Third n Court 

Langdon John H. b grain dealer, 186 State, h 87 Prospect 

Langley John 0. b medicines, 11 and 12 Marshall, h 184 
Cambridge 

Langley James, marble polisher, h Harvard n G. J. R. R. 

Langley Joshua, carpenter, h Webster Avenue n Hampshire 

Langley Loren F. pedler, h Fifth cor Winter 

Langley Levi, box maker, h 87 Spring 

Langley Noah W. glass cutter, h 83 Spring 

Langley Thomas J. glass packer, bds 83 Spring 

Langmaid Edward, teamster, bds J. Littlefield's, Bridge 

Langmaid Simuel H. b carriage maker, h Kirkland 

Land Robert, engineer, h Fifth n Otis 

Lansing Abraham, office op Irving House, Main, h 57 Pleas- 
ant 

Laselle George S. b salesman, 115 Milk, h Prospect n Cam- 
bridge 

Latham Bridget Mrs. h Granger's Yard, Bridge 

Lathe S. Lizzie, teacher Shepard Middle School, bds H. Pot- 
ter's, North Avenue cor Linnsean 

Lathrop William L. travelling merchant, bds 31 Franklin 

Lathrop William M. b Secretary Eliot Insurance Company, 
63 State, h Harvard n Dana 

Lape Francis, painter, h Sixth n Vine 

Law Charles, billiard room, Brattle, h School Court 

Lawler Allen Mrs. h Market n Windsor 

Lawler Patrick, laborer, h Dublin 

Lawless Bridget Mrs. h Church op Palmer 

Lawley William H. carpenter, h Sixth n Thorndike 

Lawrence Almon, laborer, h 61 River 

Lawrence Charles, b produce dealer, 6 Faneuil Hall Market, 
bds rear 61 Cambridge 

Lawrence Henry K. b teas, &c. 65 Merrimac, h Broadway 
n Pioneer - 

Lawrence James K. (T. Hastings & Co.) grocer, Bridge cor 
East, h 29 Second 

Lawrence Michael, laborer, bds 2 Lambert Avenue 

Lawrence William B. clerk, bds East cor Bridge 

Laws Lewis Mrs. h Broadway n Inman 

Laws William, polisher, h 298 Main 

Lawson Eliza Mrs. h W T indsor n Broadway 

Lawson Francis T. baker, bds Windsor n Broadway 

Lawson William H. pyrotechnist, bds Windsor 

Lawton Edward B. waiter, h Market n Union 

Lawton Thomas, baker, bds Mrs. Lawton 's, Windsor 



CAMBRIDGE [ Jl ] DIRECTORY. 95 

Leach Alpheus M. b painter, Hawley, h Hancock n Harvard 

Leahey James, mason, bds W. Cox's, Elm 

Learned Grant, b shoemaker, 157 Washington, h Cherry n 

Harvard 
Learned James M. b gas pipe layer, bds G. Learned's, 

Cherry 
Learned Lucian S. paper manufacturer and bookbinder, 529 

Main, h same 
Leary John, printer, bds Crowley's, Dyke 
Leary Patrick, laborer, h 8 North 
Leary Timothy, laborer, h Franklin n Putnam 
Leathe Melinda, Miss, dressmaker, bds State 
Leathe William, h State 
Leaver Oliver H. b (Simmons, Piper & Co.) 32 and 34 North, 

h 55 Thorndike 
Leavitt John L. b 7 E. Clinton, h Antrim n Cambridge 
Leavitt Jonathan, ice man, bds Elanders's Exchange, Cam- 
bridge 
Leavitt William, b (Bourn &) carpenter, Charles, h 76 

Windsor 
Lebegue Eugene, stereotyper, h Harrison Avenue 
Lee Nicholas, laborer, h 12 Brooks's Buildings 
Lee Patrick, laborer, at Parsons's, Divinity Avenue 
Leeds Daniel D. b 33'.* Washington, h Franklin n Pleasant 
Lees Louisa J. Mrs. h Main L. P. 
Le Francis Peter, (P. & T. Le Francis), cigar manufacturer, 

Main cor Windsor, h Hampshire cor Livermore 
Le Francis Thomas, jr. (P. & T. Le Francis) cigar manufac- 
turer, Main cor Windsor, h Hampshire n Tremout 
Le Francis Thomas, h Hampshire n Tremont 
Lehan Daniel, blacksmith, Gore, h 17 Fourth 
Lehan Dennis H. blacksmith, bds 17 Fourth 
Lehan Michael, shoemaker, h North n East 
Leighton Adrial W. stone cutter, h 23 Hampshire 
Leighton Dominicus R. conductor Union R. R. h Somerville 
Leighton Henry B. glass engraver, bds 20 Winter 
Leighton James E. glass maker, h 19 Winter 
Leighton John H. Superintendent Glass House, h 20 Winter 
Leighton Robert E. glass maker, h 33 Winter 
Leighton Thomas, b lock maker, bds 20 Winter 
Leighton Thomas, glass maker, bds Flanders' Exchange 
Leighton William, jr. Superintendent New England Glass 

Works, bds 30 Second 
Leland Charles, millwright, Kinsley's foundry, bds Rice's, 
Main 
"Leland Charles, jr., sash and blind maker, bds, Rice's, 
Main 
Leland Daniel, b 57 Commercial, h Prospect near Harvard 



9G CAMBRIDGE [ L ] DIRECTORY, 

Leland John K. clerk, h Fifth n Vine 

Lemire Lewis, b laborer, h 71 Gore 

Lemmure Hannah P. Mrs. h 34 Cherry 

Lemon Augustus F. (Lemon, Fields & Co ) bookbinder, 

Riverside, h Magazine cor Sliort 
Lemon William, bookbinder, bis Mrs. Gorham's, 54 River 
Lenerhan Daniel, laborer, bds Franklin n Bay 
Lenfest Howard S. b brass finisher, bds Baldwin n Kirk- 
land 
Lenfest Solomon, printer, bus Baldwin n Kirkland 
Lenfest Solomon Mrs. h Baldwin n Kirkland 
Lennehan William, laborer, h Bridge n Fourth 
Lennon John, grocer, h Valentine cor Pearl 
Lennon Michael, laborer, h Webster Avenue n Somerville 
Leonard Charles W. laborer, h 7 Harrison 
Leonard Curtis, machinist, h Clark cor Harvard 
Leonard David, stereotyper, bds Boston 
Leonard Hiram, produce dealer, hOtis n Sixth 
Leonard Isaac, mahogany chair maker, h Short n Pleasant 
Leonard Richard, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, h 

Boston 
Lerntd Asiel H. coal dealer, Main, L. P. h 103 Norfolk 
Lerned Benjamin, produce dealer, h North Avenue n Cedar 
Lerned Benjamin G. farmer, h North Avenue n Cedar 
Lerned Frederick T. (Lerned & Son) coal dealer, Main L. 

P. h same 
Lerned Gilman P. laborer, h 77 Spring 
Lerned Thomas P. (Lerned & Son), coal dealer, Main L. P. 

h Sumner 
Leverett Louisa Mrs. h 8 Holyoke 
Lewin John, shipmaster, h 12 Worcester 
Lewis Andress V. botanic medicine dealer, h near Concord 

Avenue 
Lewis Daniel, carriage maker, h rear 403 Main 
Lewis Edwin B. bds Williams n Magaziue 
Lewis Gabriel E. tailor, h Clark, cor Harvard 
Lewis George W. porter, h Garden n the Arsenal 
Lewis Henry, h 62 Washington 
Lewis Henry P. printer, h Williams n Magazine 
Lewis William H. b salesman, bds Clark cor Harvard 
Libbey James, laborer, h Lambert n Gore 
Libby Joseph M. b last maker, h 52 Thorndike 
Lideaux Henry, laborer, h Spruce n brickyard 
Light Oscar, lumber surveyor, bds Parker's, Third 
Ldlie Abbie and Mary, Misses, h 79 Otis 
Lincoln Abraham, mason, h River n Rockwell 
Lincoln Charles A. carpenter, h 13 Fifth 
Lincolu Edward, harness maker, bds Haynes's, Spruce 



CAMBRIDGE [J|] DIRECTORY. 97 



Little Charles C. b (Little, Brown & Co.) bookseller, 110 

Washington, h Brattle n Fayerweather 
Little Edward P. b shoe dealer, 117 Pearl, h Broadway n 

Columbia 
Little George C. law student, bds C. C. Little's, Brattle 
Lincoln George, carpenter, h 47 Winter 
Lincoln Henry C. painter, bds 60 Essex 
Lincoln John L car builder, bds GO Essex 
Lincoln Lend all, carpenter, h 60 Essex 
Lincoln Levi H. b locksmith, bcls 47 Winter 
Lincoln Nathan, music teacher, h 61 Prospect 
Lincoln Solomon, Tutor in Greek and Registrar, H. U. 11 

Holworthy Hall 
Lincoln William F. carpenter, bds 47 Winter 
Lindsey Susan M. Mrs. h Follen 
Lines James, laborer, h rear Cambridge and east of Willow 

Place 
Lines Jeremiah, laborer, h rear 126 Bridge 
Liney Miry A. Mrs. h 10 Washington 
Ling William, cabinet maker, h Hastings n Moore 
Linn Margaret Mrs. h Lincoln n Livermore 
Linn William H. plasterer, h Lincoln cor Livermore 
Linnehan Charles, teamster, h Bridge n Someryille 
Lippencott Charles T. currier, h 2 State 
Litch Albert, b leather dealer, 48 Hanover, bds Jay n Wes- 
tern Avenue 
Litchfield Allen, mason, h 9 Auburn 
Litchfield Allen W. mason, bds 9 Auburn 
Litchfield Benjamin C. b plumber, bds 9 Auburn 
Litchfield George W. B. mason, bds 9 Auburn 
Litchfield Xoah, jr. b provision dealer, 136 Broad, h River 

junc Western Avenue 
Litchfield Roland, carpenter, h 33 Auburn 
Litchfield Roland, jr. funeral undertaker and Messenger 

Cambridge Bank, h 381 Main 
Littlefield George T. b cutter, '20 Winter, h 28 Tremont 
Littlefield J. tinman, bds Flanders's Exchange 
Littlefield John, teamster, h Bridge op Lowell R. R. Works 
Littlefield Joseph H. carpenter, Brighton n Eliot, h Trow- 

bridge n Broadway 
Littlefield Joshua, laborer, bds .1. Littlefield's, Bridge 
Littlefield Nathan C. b silversmith, Court Square, h 24 Tre- 
mont 
Livermore Edward E. (Harrington &) keeper Irving House, 
Livermore >), 98 Pearl, h Dana cor 

Main 
Livermore Georgo \V. attorney, notary public, justice of 
peace and quorum, bds :J~>1 Main 

— 9~~~ 



98 CAMBRIDGE [L] DIRECTORY. 

Livermore George \V. bread dealer, bds Wright's, Mt. Au- 
burn 
Liverraore Isaac, b Treasurer Michigan Central R. R. City 

Exchange, h Main cor Clinton 
Livermore John, (N. Livermore & Son), soap manufacturer, 

President Cambridge City Bank, h 401 Main 
Livermore John M. clerk, bds 401 Main 
Livermore Kidder A. expressman, h Mt. Auburn op Howard 
Livermore Mary S. Mrs. h 8G Franklin 
Livermore Nathaniel, (^ Son), soap manufacturer, h 309 

Main 
Lloyd Edwin, driver Union R. R. bds Dunster cor South 
Lloyd William, driver Union R. R. bds Dunster cor South 
Locke Amos, b coal dealer, h 46 Second 
Locke Charles A. Mrs. h Clinton n Main 
Locke Eleanor A. Mrs. h North Avenue n Shepard 
Locke James, mason, bds 102 Cambridge 
Locke John A. stone cutter, h Livermore 
Locke John T. h Perry n Pearl 
Locke Oliver, teamster, bds Everett's, Village 
Locke Rebecca R. Mrs. h 24 Worcester 
Locke Warren, driver Union R. R. bds East Cambridge 
Lockhart Charles H. upholsterer, h 16 Sixth 
Lockhart David, carpenter, h 152 Cambridge 
Lockhart George A. carpenter, bds 152 Cambridge 
Lockhart William L. coffin maker, Bridge, h 150 Cambridge 
Locklin Jane Mrs. h Brighton cor South 
Locklin William, bds Brattle House 
Loehr Henry, b brass finisher, h Gore n Fourth 
Logan Andrew, hostler, h Dunster cor South 
Logan James, bookbinder, h Erie n Pearl 
Logan John, laborer, h Charles Street Court 
Logan Matthew, laborer, h Franklin Alley 
Logan Thomas, laborer, h Cambridge op Columbia 
Lomax George H. mould maker, h 31 Spring 
Lomax William, soap maker, h Winter op Fifth 
Lomax William, jr. attorney, bds Winter op Fifth 
Lombard Benjamin, h Cambridge cor Fayette 
Lombard Nathan C. b mechanical engineer and draughts- 
man, 46 Court, h 40 Tremont 
Lonergan Margaret Mrs. h 3 North 
Lonergan Thomas, laborer, h Spruce 
Long Daniel, b varnisher, &c. h Pine cor School 
Long David, glass maker, h 59 Gore 
Long Denis, b clerk, 31 Brattle, h Harvard cor Cherry 
Long William, laborer, h North 

Long Zadoc, jr. b clerk, 150 Congress, h North Avenue n 
Everett 



CAMBRIDGE [li] DIRECTORY. 99 

Longfellow Henry W. h Brattle n Willarcl 

Longshaw William, druggist, 77 Cambridge, h Otis n Fourth 

Longshaw William, jr. physician, 77 Cambridge, bds Otis 

Loomis Eben J. computer, h Sacramento cor Oxford 

Looney Dennis, printer, bds Green 

Looney Mary Mrs. h Elm n Hampshire 

Looney Michael, candle maker, h Short n Pleasant 

Loper Thomas PL J. laborer, h Canal 

Lord John W box maker, h Winter cor Fourth 

Lord Mary A. Miss, milliner, Harvard Square n Brattle, 

bds 31 Bow 
Lord Nathaniel, provision dealer, 33 Washington, bds Bin- 
croft's, Washington 
Lord Thomas B. (T. B. Lord & Co.) drv goods, 431 Harvard, 

h Wendall 
Lord Thomas B. b (Pearl, Smith & Co.) dry goods, 81 New 

Devon shite, h Wendall n North Avenue 
Loring Eiisha, shipmaster, h Pearl btwn Erie and Allston 
Loring John W. brewer, h Fifth n Thorndike 
Lothrop Charles B. b furnishing store, 8 Bedford, h Rockwell 

cor River 
Lothrop George B. b locksmith, 27 Dock Square, h 158 

Harvard 
Lothrop James B. organ builder, h 74 Spring 
Lough ran Mary Mrs. h Wright 

Loughran Patrick, teamster, bds Garden cor Shepard 
Loughrey William Mrs. h Main n Pioneer 
Lounsbury William R. printer, h Pleasant cor Harrison 

Avenue 
Lovejoy Charles, b clerk, h Park 
Lovejoy Joseph C h Inman n Austin 
Lovejoy Joseph P. b clerk, bds at J. C. Lovejoy's, Inman 
Lovell Gustavus C. b ship ch mdler, 120 Commercial, bds 

Rice's, Main 
Lover Charles, glass maker, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
Lover Joseph, cabinet maker, b Is Fifth cor Cambridge 
Lover Nicholas, glass maker, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
Lovering Joseph, Hollis Professor of Mathematics and Nat- 
ural Philosophy, and Regent, II. U. h Kirkland cor 
Sumner 
Lovett Catherine Mrs. dressmaker, h Brattle n Appian Way 
Lovett S. Ingersoll, b (Eaton, Lovett & Wellington) hard- 
ware, 117 Milk, h 3 Ellery 
Low Francis, b (X J.) biotina roofing manufacturer, Gore 

Block, h Prospect cor Broadway 
Low John, b (F. &) biotina roofing manufacturer, Gore 

Block, li Prospect <'<>>■ Broadway 
Lowe Mary Ann Mrs. h 32 Auburn 



100 CAMBRIDGE [L] DIRECTORY. 

Lowell Charles, b clergyman, 10 Stamford, h Elm wood, 

Elmwoocl Avenue 
Lowell Charles R. b merchant, h Quincy n Harvard 
Lowell James R. Smith Professor of the French and Spanish 
Languages and Literatures and Professor of Belles- 
Lettres, H. U. bds Dr. Howe's, Kirkland 
Lowry David, clerk, bds 32 Fourth 
Lowry George, glass cutter, h 110 Thorndike 
Lucas Edmund G. b clerk, bds 99 Washington cor Cherry 
Lucas George W. cabinet maker, bds Flanders' Exchange 
Lucas John, laborer, h Garden n arsenal 
Lucy Anthony, soap maker, h Auburn Court 
Lucy George, soap manufacturer, h Brookline n Perry 
Lucy Isabella Mrs. h Somerset n Pleasant 
Luke Elijah H. grain store, Main, L. P. h Norfolk n Harvard 
Luke James, jr. (Luke & Skinner), coal wharf, Main, L. P. 

h 17 Worcester 
Luke William H. b carpenter, h Clark cor Broadway 
Lull Frederick A. b billiard tender, bds 14 Austin 
Lum Fanny Mrs. h Broadway n Hampshire 
Lum Isaac E. tailor, 275 Main, bds Broadway n Hampshire 
Lumbard Lucy Mrs. h Auburn n Brookline 
Lundergan Lawrence, baker, h Moore n Harvard 
Lunitz Gustave, pocket-book maker, h Walnut Street Court 
Lunt Arabella L. Miss, teacher Otis Middle School, bds W. 

H. Lunt's, Otis 
Lunt Benjamin F. b varnisher, h 11 Pine 
Lunt John, b cabinet maker, h Pine n School 
Lunt John M. bread dealer, bds 84 Gore 
Lunt Moses, carpenter, h Short n Magazine 
Lunt Moses A. b printer, bds 84 Gore 
Lunt William H. pattern maker, h Otis n Fifth 
Luther Thomas H. carpenter, h Village n Front 
Lyman Ann J Mrs. h Garden cor Phillips Place 
Lyman Catharine D. teacher young ladies' school, h Brattle 

cor Hilliard 
Lynch Daniel, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 
Lynch James, pyrotechnist, bds Gibson's, Main 
Lynch James, plasterer, h Brighton n Harvard Square 
Lynch Jeremiah, glass maker, h Webster Avenue n Cam- 
bridge 
Lynch John, marble worker, bds Third n Charles 
Lynch John, laborer, h Vine n Third 
Lynch John H. carpenter, h Pearl cor Valentine 
Lynch Lawrence, blacksmith, h Walden n Fitchburg R. R. 
Lynch Mary Mrs. dressmaker, h Cambridge n Willow Place 
Lynch Mary Mrs. h Third n Charles 
Lynch Owen, laborer, h Franklin n Bay 



CAMBRIDGE [ Sfl| ] DIRECTORY. 101 

Lynch Patrick, laborer, li Canal 

Lynch Patrick, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 

Lynch Peter, laborer, h Eaton 

Lynch Philip, laborer, h Third n Charles 

Lynch Richard, soap maker, h Pearl cor Perry 

Lynch Thomas, glass maker, bds Third n Charles 

Lynes Edward G. b State, h Orchard 

Lynes Susan Mrs. h Kinnard n Western Avenue 

Lynn James, laborer, h Cambridge n Windsor 

Lyon George H. (L. &c G. H.) restorator, Harvard Square, 

h Harvard op Remington 
Lyon Hans, printer, h Auburn cor Pleasant 
Lyon Leonard, (L. & G. H.) r:storator, Harvard Square, h 

Everett Place 
Lyons John, baker, h Magazine cor Park 
Lyons Timothy, laborer, h Ellery n Harvard 

Macconnell Hugh, laborer, h Pleasant cor Somerset 

Mace Mary Mrs. h North Avenae cor Harrison Place 

Mack Julia Mrs. h Brighton n bridge 

Mack Michael Mrs. h Garden n brickyard 

Mack Timothy, laborer, h College Wharf 

Mackey Thomas, switchman, h B roadway 

Mackin Barney, blacksmith, bds Mrs. Mackin's, Church 

Mackin Hannah Mrs. h Garden 

Magee John A. b painter, h Putnam 

Magee Martha YV. h Brattle cor Mason 

Magner Stephen, cabinet maker, h Eighth n Thorndike 

Magoon Charles, clerk, bds Flanders's Exchange, Cam- 
bridge 

Magoun Aaron B. Master Harvard Grammar School, h 
Broadway cor Prospect 

Magoun Joseph, machinist, h 62 Otis 

Maguire Francis, b oil dealer, 100 State, h 98 Prospect 

Mahan Patrick, mason, h Cambridge n AVillow Place 

Mahaugh John, cabinet maker, h Canal 

Mahoney Cornelius, laborer, h near Lowell R. R. East 

Mahoney Catherine Mrs. h Broadway n Fayette 

Mahoney Dennis, laborer, h 4 North 

Mahoney Dennis, laborer, h Lambert n Gore 

Mahoney Dennis, laborer, h Dublin 

Mahoney Dennis, tinsmith, h Webster Avenue 

Mahoney Edward, tin plate worker, h Canal 

Mahoney Ellen Mrs. h Welch's Block n East 

Mahoney James, laborer, h '2 North 

Mahoney Jeremiah, laborer, h Spruce 

Mahoney John, laborer, h Lambert n Gore 

Mahoney John, laborer, h Green cor Bay 

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102 (' \ M B B I I) Q i; [ 2MC ] DIRECTORY. 



Mahoney John, shoemaker, h West n Lee 

Mahoney Timothy, laborer, li Cambridge cor Elm 

Maiers John E. varnisher, h Chestnut, Ward 1 

Major James, laborer, h North Avenue op Common 

Major William F. conductor Union II. R. bds Lunster cor 

Harvard Square 
Malley William, laborer, h near Concord Avenue op Tuttle 
Malloiy Charles A. b draughtsman, 42 Court, bdfl It. P. 

Mallory's, Windsor cor Hampshire 
Mallory Richard P. b (Kilburn & Malloiy) engraver, 06 

Washington, h "Windsor cor Hampshire 
Mallows James, provision dealer, 364 Main, h same 
Maloney James, laborer, h Willow Place 
Maloney Peter, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Alewife Brook 
Manahan Cornelius, laborer, h Watson n Pearl 
Manahan Terence, laborer, h Gore n Pveed's Tavern 
Manes John, soap maker, h 17 Winter 
Maney Michael, laborer, h 15 Winter 
Manick John, laborer, h Hastings 
Manion "James, laborer, h Bridge n Second 
M anion John, laborer, h Franklin Alley 
Manion Patrick, driver Union 11. R. h 78 Third 
Manis Patrick, laborer, h Main, L. P. 
Mann James F. carver, h 84 Harvard 
Mann Jonathan, Superintendent Mt. Auburn Cemetery, h 

Brattle junc Mt. Auburn 
Mann Josiah H. carver, bds 84 Harvard 
Mann Thomas, b printer, 3 Cornhill, h Pioneer Court, 

L. P. 
Manning Adalaide, Mrs. h 117 Harvard 
Manning Elizabeth B. h Linden 
Manning George, laborer, h near Brookline 
Manning John, b varnisher, h 65 Washington 
Manning John, b clerk, 144 Hanover, h 54 Elm 
Manning Lewis W. box maker, bds 117 Harvard 
Manning Michael, laborer, h Cambridge n Columbia 
Manning Patrick, laborer, h Winthrop n Brighton 
Manning Walter, h Mt. Auburn n Hilliard 
Mansfield Albert, cigar maker, h Gore cor Lambert 
Mansfield Daniel, Master Washington Grammar School, h 

Linden n Harvard 
Mansfield Thomas, laborer, h Sparks 
Mansfield Tobias, laborer, h Murdock n Hampshire 
Mansise Mary Ann Mrs. midwife, h Sixth n Spring 
Mansise William, trader, h Sixth n Spring 
Mansise William, jr. brush maker, h Tborndike n Eighth 
Manson Charles F. b clerk, bds Williams corner Magazine* 
\[anson Eben, h Williams cor Magazine 



CAMBRIDGE [ TflL ] DIRECTORY. 103 

Manson Frederick H. printer, h Vernon cor Green 

Manson John, cabinet maker, h Harvard n Moore 

Manson Nathaniel G. b (Gay, Manson & Co.) iron dealer, 

Fulton cor Cross, h Harvard cor Lee 
Manson Rufus H. b clerk, bds Harvard cor Lee 
Manson Sally Mrs. h 3 Green 
Mara Thomas, laborer, at Dr. Beck's, Harvard 
Marble Benjamin C. carver, bds 99 Cambridge 
March John S. b Cashier Hide and Leather Bank, h 273 

Broadway 
Markham Larned F. machinist, h 7 Cottage 
Marnan John, laborer, h Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
Marr James, laborer, h Lambert n Cambridge 
Marr Richard, b tailor, h Charles n Fourth 
Marr William, b melodeon maker, h Broadway, L. P. 
Marrett Lorenzo, attorney, Bank Building, Cambridge, h 

Cambridge cor Second 
Marror Thomas, laborer, h Washington Court n Putnam 
Mars Matthew, candle maker, h 4 Third 
Marsden James, grocer, 313 Main, h same 
Marsden Thomas, laborer, h 47 Washington 
Marsh George, b lamp and fluid dealer, 105 Court, h 54 

Spring 
Marsh James B. bds 31 Winter 
Marsh John, glass blower, h 31 Winter 
Marsh Walter R. clerk, bds 45 Cambridge 
Marshall John H. newspaper carrier, bds Reed's Tavern, 

Gore 
Marshall Michael, laboror, h North Avenue op Common 
Marshall Xahum, clerk, Harvard Street Market, h Clark n 

Broadway 
Marshall Truman, soap maker, h Broadway n Davis 
Marsters John M. clergyman, h Orchard op Church 
Marston Edward S. (Mars on & Connell), grocer, Ncrth 

Avenue n Beech, h Coggsweil Avenue 
Marston Lphraim, physician, bds River n Franklin 
Marston George, box maker, bds 111 Harvard 
Marston John C. butcher, h Spruce n North Avenue 
Maitain John C. Broadway House, Broadway, L. P. 
Martin Abel C. b artist, 1 Devonshire, bds Mrs. Austin's, 

Linnaean 
Martin Albert, b clerk, 1 ( .»7 Washington, bda Harvard n Lee 
Martin C. C. machinist, bds Flanders' Exchange 
Martin Dennis, Laborer, h Brookline 
Martin Enoch, b broker, h Harvard n Lee 
Martin Frederick, grocer, 837 Main, h School cor Cherry 
Martin George W. 1) hairdresser, h 43 Washington 
Martin James, shoemaker, Brighton, h n Brighton bridge 



104 CAMBRIDGE [ JMI ] DIRECTORY. 

Martin James, b cook, h 6 Hastings 

Martin James, b sail maker, 114 Commercial, h 92 Harvard 

Martin James A. b sailm iker, bds 92 Harvard 

Martin John, teamster, h School n Main 

Martin Margaret, Mrs. h North Avenue, op Common 

Martin Mary Mrs h n Tuttle 

Martin Mary A. Mrs. h Clark 

Martin Michael, carpenter, h 50 Spring 

Martin Newhall, jr. confectioner, h 38 Franklin 

Martin Owen, shoemaker, h Broadway n Ware 

Martin Peter, tailor, bds Harvard n Harvard Square 

Martin Thomas, glass maker, bds 95 Cambridge 

Martin Thomas, cabinet maker, h 27 School 

Martin William A. b clerk, 6 Dock Square, bds Harvard n 

Lee 
Martin William H. carriage maker, Main op Austin, h Nor- 
folk op Washington 
Marvin Mary Mrs. h Fremont n Pleasant 
Marvin Richard T. carpenter, bds Mrs. Marvin's, Fremont 
Marvin Joseph H. carpenter, bds Mrs. Marvin's, Fremont 
Marvin William J. carpenter, Main n Front, h Austin op 

Douglass 
Mason Daniel, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, bds 

Charlestown 
Mason Emily E. Mrs. h 34 Cherry 
Mason George F. turner, h Somerset Place 
Mason Henry B. b (Mason & Hamlin) melodeon manufac- 
turer, h Main op Quincy 
Mason James M. shoemaker, h Washington n Pine 
Mason John, grocer, 46 Windsor, h same 
Mason John F. clerk, College Wharf, h South n Brighton 
Mason John 0. stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, h 

Charlestown 
Mason Joseph M. machinist, bds Comee's, Cherry 
Mason Levi A. driver Union R. R. bds Bean's, Lambert 

Avenue 
Mason Levi R. h n Spruce 
Mason Luke Mrs. h Harvard cor Lee 
Mason Newell P. carpenter, h Worcester cor Columbia 
Mason Mary D. Miss, h 23 State 
Mason Mary T. Mrs. boarding house, h 28 East 
Mason Sumner R. clergyman, h Pleasant n Main 
Mason W T illiam A. (& Co.) surveyor, 469 Main, h Raymond 
Mason William H. glass maker, bds 8 Short, Ward 3 
Matthews, Charles W. tailor, bds Lincoln 
Matthews Sarah Mrs. h Lincoln 
Matthewson Charles, tailor, bds 342 Main 
Maurer, Gottfried, turner, h Sixth cor Spring 



CAMBRIDGE [ 2^1 ] DIRECTORY. 105 

Maxwell Susan Mrs. h Bridge op car house 

May George R. b stone cutter, bds Magazine cor Somerset 

Place 
May Huntington, colorer and whitener, h Magazine cor 

Somerset Place 
May James, baker, h 22 Spring 

May Joseph H. machinist, bds Magazine cor Somerset Place 
Maynard Charles W. clerk, bds junc River and Pleasant 
Maynard Eben W. hatter, h Magazine n Walnut 
Maynard Franklin, shoemaker, h Dunster cor South 
Maynard Gideon, carpenter, h Daniels's Court 
Maynard Henry 0. electrotype finisher, h 59 Mt. Auburn 
Mayo George L. machinist, h Broadway cor Windsor 
Mayo Joseph, laborer, h n brickyard, Ward 5 
McAleer John, laborer, h Cambridge n Willow Place 
McAleer Patrick, laborer, h Brighton n bridge 
McAleer Patrick Mrs. h Vine n Fifth 
McAleer Peter, carpenter, h Elm n Hampshire 
McAllen Bridget Mrs. h Brookline n Perry 
Mc Allen Charles, laborer, h Valentine n Brookline 
McAllen Dennis, laborer, h Brick Alley, North 
McAlister Daniel, wheelwright, h South n Brighton 
McAuliffe John, bread dealer, bds Wright's, Mt. Auburn 
McAyoy Edward hemp dresser, h Cambridge cor Webster 

Avenue 
McAvoy Charles, blacksmith, h Willow Place 
McBride Charles J. tailor, h Spruce n Cemetery Gate 
McBride James, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Alewife Brook 
McBride John, engineer, bds 71 School 
McBride John, teamster, h Lambert n Cambridge 
McBride Joseph, engineer, 71 School 
McBride Joseph, boiler maker, bds 71 School 
McBrine Bernard, laborer, h 30 Gore 
Mc Brine Bridget Mrs. h Winter cor Fourth 
McBrine James, carpenter, bds Winter cor Fourth 
McCabe Felix, wheelwright, Cambridge cor Elm, bds Pow- 
ers 's, Tremont n Cambridge 
McCabe Hugh, laborer, bds Crowley's, Dyke 
McCabe James, laborer, h Willow Place 
McCabe Michael, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Alewife 

Brook 
McCabe Patrick, grease collector, h Windsor n Cambridge 
McCabe Patrick, laborer, h Cambridge n Windsor 
McCabe Patrick, laborer, h Dublin 
McCabe Peter, laborer, h School n Harrison 
McCabe Terence, laborer, h n Dublin 
McCafferty John, teamster, h Third n Vine 
McCafferty John II. b brass founder, h 4 State 



10G CAMBRIDGE [ 2¥E ] DIRECTORY. 

McCaffrey Archibald, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
McCaffrey Catherine Mrs. h Charles cor Fourth 
McCaffrey Edward, glass maker, h Charles n Fourth 
McCaffrey, James, carpenter, h Willow Place 
McCalvcy, James, teamster, h Auburn cor Pleasant 
McCann James, laborer, h Valentine n Brookline 
McCann John, glass maker, bds Third n Gore 
McCann Patrick, laborer, h Third n Cambridge 
McCanna Hugh, carpenter, h Willow Place 
McCanna Patrick, carpenter, h 107 Third 
Mc Cardie Constantine, laborer, h Irving 
McCardle Edward, glass maker, h Windsor n Webster Av- 
enue 
McCart Terence, laborer, h 4 Vine 
McCarty Andrew, harness maker, h 61 Gore 
McCarty Charles, laborer, h Broadway, L. P. 
McCarty Charles, laborer, h Sargent cor Spruce 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 
McCarty Daniel, blacksmith, h Main n old car factory 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, h East n North. 
McCarty Daniel, laborer, h 7 Winter 
McCarty Dennis, stereotyper, bds Boston 
McCarty Eugene, laborer, h 29 Windsor 
McCarty James, laborer, h near Lowell It. R. East 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, h Spruce 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, h Spruce n brickyard 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, bds 12 North 
McCarty Joanna Mrs. h 6 North 
Mc Carty Joanna Mrs. h 12 Bridge 
McCarty Joanna Mrs. h 155 Bridge 

McCarty John, laborer, h Short, Ward 3 

McCarty John, mason, h Main n Harrison 

McCarty John, laborer, h Wyeth cor Tuttle 

McCarty John, jr. marble worker, bds A. McDonald's Mt. 
Auburn 

McCarty John, laborer, h Mt. Auburn n Lowell 

McCarty John, laborer, h Appleton 

McCarty John, laborer, h Bridge op car house 

McCarty John, bds 129 Broadway 

McCarty John, b liquors, 166 1-2 Blackstone, h Gore n 
Sixth 

McCarty Joseph, lapidary, h 129 Broadway 

McCarty Mary Mrs. h rear 35 Gore 

McCarty Maurice, laborer, h North n East 

McCarty Timothy, confectioner, bds rear 304 Main 

McCarty Timothy, blacksmith, Cambridge n Prospect, h 
Webster Avenue 

McCarty Timothy, laborer, h n Dublin 



CAMBRIDGE [ M! ] DIRECTORY. 107 

McCarvill James, laborer, h Elm n Cambridge 

McCarville James, h Mellen n North Avenue 

McCleggett Patrick, wheelwright, h Lambert n Cambridge 

McClinchey Eliza Mrs. h Brighton 

McClinchey James, laborer, bds Stearns's, Eliot 

McCloskey Arthur, stone cutter, h Vine n Third 

McCloskey Hugh, carpenter, bcls 8 Gore 

McClure Charles F. b (Nay & McClure) dry goods, 9 Tre- 

mont Row, h Lee n Main 
McCluskey Ann Mrs. h Brighton n "Winthrop 
McComb Thomas, slater, h Antrim n Broadway 
McConnell John, laborer, bds Main n Pioneer 
McConnell Joseph, mason, bcls Reed's Tavern, Gore 
McCool Johanna Mrs. h Webster Avenue n Cambridge 
McCormick Bartholomew, glass maker, bds Winter n 

Third 
McCormick Bernard J. b tailor, bds Winter n Third 
McCormick James, laborer, h Tuttle 
McCormick James A. glass maker, bds Winter n Third 
McCormick John laborer, h rear 8 Gore 
McCormick John, boiler maker, h Front 
McCormick Patrick, laborer, h btwn Main and Harvard, n 

G. J. R. R. 
McCormick Thomas, laborer, h W 7 inter n Third 
McCorrison James, cabinet maker, bds Merrill's, Main 
McCorrey John, soap maker, h Valentine 
Mc Court James, laborer, h Bridge rear Stevens's Store 
Mc Court John, laborer, h Irving Place n Foster 
McCourt Patrick, laborer, h Lambert n Cambridge 
McCourt William, laborer, h Brighton n bridge 
McCoy Ellen Mrs. h Hancock n Franklin 
McCoy William, tailor, h North Avenue op Common 
McCressey David, cigar maker, bds Irving House 
McCristie James, laborer, h Vine n Fifth 
McCrosson John, gardener, h Cambridge 
McCue Catherine, Mrs. h 41 Gore 
McCue James, wheelwright, h Willow Place 
McCue John, distiller, Cambridge, h Somerville 
McCullock Henry H. b clerk, 5 Commercial, h Gl Third 
McCune William, laborer, h rear Court n Kerosene Works 
McCluskar Edward, laborer, h Columbia n Somerville 
McDermot Ella Mrs. h Elm n Hampshire 
McDermot Matthew, laborer, h 15 North 
McDermot Thomas, marble worker, h Charles cor Fourth 
McDermot Timothy, laborer, h Somerset n Pleasant 
McDermot William, laborer, bds Reed's Tavern, Gore 
McDonald Alexander, marble cutter, Brattle, h Mt. Auburn 
n Lowell 



108 CAMBRIDGE [ JME ] DIRECTORY. 

McDonald Daniel (& Sons) bookbinder, Holyoke cor Har- 
vard, li Green n Putnam 
McDonald Edmund, (McDonald & Sons) bookbinder, Hol- 
yoke cor Harvard, bds Green n Putnam 
McDonald Edward, laborer, h Main n G. J. R. R. 
McDonald Hugh b bookbinder, Washington, h 300 Har- 
vard 
McDonald James, fish dealer, h Third n Court 
McDonald John, laborer, h Irving Place 
McDonald John , bricklayer, h Green n Bay 
McDonald Peter, laborer, h rear T. G. Rice's, Austin 
McDonald Stephen, mason, h Washington Court n Putnam 
McDonald Thomas, laborer, h Vine n Fifth 
McDonald William, (McDonald & Sons) bookbinder, Holy- 
oke cor Harvard, bds Green n Putnam 
McDonall Patrick, gardener, h Dublin 
McDonnell Maurice, mason, h n Dublin 
McDonough William, carpenter, h 136 Bridge 
McDuflie James, b printer, h 120 Spring 
MeDufifie John,b bookkeeper, 7 Merchants Row, bds 32 Au- 
burn 
McEllroy William, confectioner, 436 Harvard n Holyoke, h 

same 
McElroy Alexander, laborer, h Front n Village 
McElroy Edward, laborer, h Charles cor Fourth 
McElroy Elizabeth Mrs. h Charles n Fourth 
McElroy Francis, carpenter, bds Charles cor Fourth 
McElroy Francis G. building mover, h Vine cor Fourth 
McElroy Hugh, teamster, h Charles n Fourth 
McElroy James, charcoal dealer, h Charles n Fourth 
McElroy James, soapmaker, bds Charles 
McElroy John, laborer, h Cambridge op Columbia 
McElroy John, soap maker, h Charles n Fourth 
McElroy John, laborer, h Charles Street Court 
McElroy Patrick, laborer, h Charles n Third 
McFarland Charles, tailor, bds Mt. Auburn n Brighton 
McFarland James, machinist, h btwn Washington and Main 
McFarland John, laborer, h rear Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
McFarland Rebecca H. Mrs. h 3 Washington 
McFeeley James A. glass marker, bds 29 Winter 
McFeeley John, glass maker, h 29 Winter 
McGan Thomas, laborer, h Pleasant n Somerset 
McGarty Andrew, tailor, h Suffolk n Columbia 
McGaughay John, mason, h 107 Fifth 
McGeoch Alexander, h 79 Washington 
McGill James, b salesman, h Brookline 
McGill Thomas, tailor, h Cambridge n Fourth, h Somerville 
McGilligut John, laborer, h South n Brighton 



CAMBRIDGE [ 2YI ] DIRECTORY. 109 

McGanna John, teamster, h Short 

McGilvery Angus, carpenter, bds 257 Main 

MeGinnis Barney, h Windsor n Cambridge 

McGinnis James, painter, h 11 Cherry 

McGirr Peter, laborer, h Brighton n Mt. Auburn 

McGivney John, brass founder, h Charles Court 

McGivney Thomas, b laborer, h Charles Street Court 

MeGorrie John, laborer, h Valentine n Brookline 

McGovern Bridget Mrs. h rear 136 Bridge 

McGovern Francis, boiler maker, h Lambert n Cambridge 

McGovern John, laborer, h Third n Charles 

McGovern John, laborer, h Vine n Fifth 

McGowen Mary Mrs. h Hampshire n Amory 

McGowen Thomas, laborer, h Brighton 

McGowen William, laborer, h Brighton n bridge 

McGrane Patrick, laborer, h Third n Charles 

McGrath Daniel, laborer, h Pine n Eaton 

McGrath Jeremiah, laborer, h Spruce cor Sargent 

McGrath Margaret Mrs. h Pine n Eaton 

McGrath Maurice, painter, h 4 Washington 

McGregor John W. carver, h Fourth n Spring 

McGroth William N. pianoforte action maker, h Columbia 

n Main 
McGruder Patrick, confectioner, h Harvard n Brimmer 

Block 
McGue Thomas, laborer, h Bridge n Second 
McGuire Charles, laborer, h Irving Place 
McGuire James, glass maker, bds Mrs. McCool's, Webster 

Avenue 
McGuire John, blacksmith, h Bridge n Second 
McGuire Julia Mrs. h Murdock n Hampshire 
McGuire Owen, laborer h Webster Avenue n Somerville 
McGuire Philip, laborer, h Third n Charles 
McGuire Terence, shoemaker, bds C. McGuire's, Irving 

Place 
McGuire Thomas, soapmaker, bds Brookline n Perry 
McGurdy Mary Ann Mrs. h 7 Vine n Third 
McGurk Catherine Mrs. h Hampshire n Webster Avenue 
McGurk James, laborer, bds Hampshire n Webster Avenue 
McGurk John, laborer, h Hampshire n Webster Avenue 
McGurn Anthony, laborer, h Broadway n Bock 
McGurr Francis, b goldbeater, h Railroad Block, Bridge 
McHeney Alexander, glass maker, h Second n Gore 
McHugh Thomas, moulder, h 2 Washington 
Mclntire Ebenezer, painter, h rear 26 Gore 
Mcintosh George, blacksmith, Main n Austin, h 11 Front 
Mdntosh James, b carpenter, h Hancock n Green 
Mcintosh, John, flax dresser, h Lincoln Court 

10 



110 CAMBRIDGE [ !M ] DIRECTORY. 

Molntyre Edward, b bookkeeper, 05 Congress, bds Main n 

Hancock 
Mc In tyre Sarah Mrs h Main n Hancock 
Mclntyre Thomas C. b gold beater, Province, bds Main n 

Hancock 
McKallagate John hostler, bds Dunster cor South 
McKanna Peter, laborer, h 69 Gore 
McKay Henry, laborer, bds Ross's, Gerry 
McKeever Samuel, machinist, h Sixth n Otis 
McKeever William, glass maker, h Winter n Fifth 
McKenly Rosannah Mrs. h Fourth n Bridge 
McKenna John, laborer, bds D. Duris's, Brookline 
McKenney Daniel, teamster, h Seventh n Cambridge 
McKenney George YV. carpenter^ bds 99 Norfolk 
McKeon James, barrel dealer, h Hampshire n Clark 
McKernon Patrick, stonecutter, h Fifth n Vine 
McKcnzie Alexander D. engineer, Riverside, h River n 

Brown 
McKenzie Colin, printer, bds Mrs. WardvreTs, Western 

Avenue 
McKoan James, laborer, h 7 Pine 
McKenna Edward, moulder, bds 2 Washington 
McKona John, laborer, at W. Phillips', Linna3an 
McKown James, moulder, h 51 Washington 
McKusky John, laborer, bds 8 Gore 

McKusick Amasa A. travelling merchant, bds 31 Franklin 
McLane Charles, glass maker, bds Mrs. McCool's, Webster 

Avenue 
McLane James, blacksmith, h Murdock n Hampshire 
McLane James, laborer, h Brighton n bridge 
McLane John, painter, h Cambridge n Columbia 
McLane William, laborer, h Cambridge op Columbia 
McLaughlin Daniel, laborer, h Hancock n Franklin 
McLaughlin Dennis, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 
McLaughlin James, cabinet maker, h Charles n Fifth 
McLaughlin James, barrel dealer, h Hampshire n Prospect 
McLaughlin James, carver, bds Seventh cor Thorndike 
McLaughlin John, brushmaker, h 3 Vine 
McLaughlin Martin, laborer, h 15 North 
McLaughlin. Thomas, ropemaker, h Webster Avenue n Cam- 
bridge 
McLaughlin William, shoemaker, h 23 Winter 
McLean John, laborer, h Church op Palmer 
McLean Martha Mrs. h Webster Avenue n Cambridge 
McLean Nancy Mrs. nurse, h 51 Gore 
McLearney Bernard, shoemaker, h Irving Place 
McLellan George F. b attorney, 52 Washington, bds Pros- 
pect cor Gardner 



CAMBRIDGE [ 2&E ] DIRECTORY. Ill 

McLellan George W. b notary, 3 Cornhill Court, h Prospect 

cor Gardner 
McMahan Ann Mrs. h Granger's Yard, Bridge 
McManamin William, b laborer, h Vine n Third 
McMann Bryan, switchman, h Bay cor Franklin 
McMann Patrick, laborer, h Concord Avenue n the Church 
McMann Thomas, blacksmith, h Garden 
McMannahan Charles, glass maker, h Willow Place 
McMannahan Dennis, brushmaker, h 2 Brooks's Buildings 
McMannis Charles, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
McMannis Margaret Mrs. h 96 Fourth 
McManus Felix, laborer, h Bridge op Bay State Glass 

House 
McMarr John, laborer, bds Duris's, Valentine 
Mc Martin Hugh, hostler, bds River 
Mc Martin John, hostler, h Green 
McMorrey Felix, shoemaker, Dublin, h same 
McNabb Mary Mrs. h Vine n Fourth 
McNall James, laborer, h Bridge n junc Cambridge 
McNally James, laborer, h Sargent 
McNamara Michael, wood turner, h Webster Avenue n 

Hampshire 
McNamara Patrick, laborer, h Brookline 
McNamara Patrick, laborer, h Pleasant n Somerset 
McNamara Thomas, laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 
McNamee Hugh, bootmaker, h AVebster Avenue n Somer- 

ville 
McNamee Hugh, glass maker, h Fourth cor Winter 
McNamee, John, marble worker, Main n Chronicle Office, 

h Mt. Auburn n Sparks 
McNamee John, butcher, h Green n Bay 
McNaughton Anthony, wheelwright, h 5 Washington 
McNelley Mitchell, plumber, h Franklin n Bay 
McNorton Anna J. Mrs. h Brighton n Harvard Square 
McNulty Hugh, laborer, h n Tut tie 
McPeak James, glass maker, bds Charles n Fifth 
McPeak Patrick, grease collector, h Charles n Fourth 
McPeak Richard, grease collector, h Webster Avenue n 

Somerville 
McPherson George R. cabinet maker, h "Webster Avenue 
McQuide James, laborer, h Cambridge n Windsor 
McQuade Mary Mrs. h Charles Street Court 
McQua le Patrick, bricklayer, h Charles Street Court 
McQueen Edward, teamster, bds <*> Third 
McQuillan Michael, laborer, h Somerset n marsh 
McSorley Dennis, Laborer, h rear Fourth n Bridge 
McSorley John, box maker, b Fourth n Bridge 
McSorley Peter, laborer, h Stevens's Court 



112 CAMBRIDGE [ M ] DIRECTORY. 

McSorley Thomas, teamster, h Bridge n Third 

McSweeney Daniel, h rear Third cor Charles 

McVaney Mary Mrs. h Winter n Third 

McVicker Charles, stone cutter, bds Hubbard's, Second 

McWiggin Patrick, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Alewife 

Brook 
McWilliams Alexander, laborer, bds Montgomery's, Windsor 
McWilliams Joseph, b laborer, h Davis n Hampshire 
Mc Wrong George, laborer, h Lambert n Gore 
Meacham George, h Bow 
Meacham George A. bds Bow- 
Mead Alpheus, butcher, North Avenue n Meacham 
Mead Charles C. b printer, 91 Washington, h 300 Harvard 
Mead Frederick,wheelwright, h Jennings 
Mead Jacob, apothecary, 127 Bridge, bds same 
Mead Patrick, laborer, h Franklin 
Mead Sarah A. F. Mrs. h Elm n Russell 
Mead William, butcher, h Coggswell Avenue 
Meade John F. mason, h Franklin n Brookline 
Mecann Edward, laborer, h Lambert n Gore 
Meginn John, grocer, Brighton, h Foster cor Willard 
Megroth Charles H. carpenter, h Green n Pleasant 
Meguire Michael, carpenter, bds Fifth cor Cambridge 
Melcher Daniel R. carpenter, bds 3 Worcester 
Melledge Catherine Mrs. h Dana cor Harvard 
Melledge James P. b commission merchant, 26 Foster's 

Wharf, h Harvard cor Dana 
Mellen James, building-mover, h 71 Washington 
Mellen James, jr. building-mover, h Douglass 
Mellen John, laborer, h Prince cor Pleasant 
Mellen Michael, laborer, bds Green 
Melley John, butcher, h Willow Place 
Melley Terence, butcher, h Willow Place 
Kelley Timothy, butcher, h Willow Place n Cambridge 
Melley William J. butcher, h Willow Place n Cambridge 
Melvin John, laborer, h College Wharf 
Melvin William, corn popper, h 2 Brooks's Buildings 
Melvin William K. teamster, h Somerset Place n Magazine 
Mendoza Gabriel, cigar maker, h Main n Brookline 
Mendoza Joseph, cigar maker, h Main n Brookline 
Merchant Richard t\ b clerk, 14 Dock Square, h 56 Wash- 
ington 
Merkle Martin, cabinet maker, h Seventh n Otis 
Meriam John N. superintendent Squire's Pork House, Gore 

n Seventh, h Magazine 
Merrain Thomas, laborer, h Green n Bay 
Merriam Adaliza M. teacher Otis Middle School, bds J. 
Hall's, 36 Second 



CAMBRIDGE [ME] DIRECTORY. 113 

Merriam Albert, (Sort well & Merriam) distiller, Cambridge 

n Windsor, h same 
Merriam Samuel B. clerk, bds J. S. Holt's, Pleasant n River 
Merrick Frederick, laborer, h 3 Hastings 
Merrill Arthur, b insurance agent, 27 State, h Norton 
Merrill Calvin, b watchman, h Main, L. P. 
Merrill David G. box maker, h Hampshire cor Bristol 
Merrill George, b timekeeper, Union Railroad Company, h 

41 School 
Merrill Harrison, carpenter, h Pearl cor Hamilton 
Merrill J. S inborn, b salesman, h 261 Harvard 
Merrill J. Warren, b (Preston & Merrill), 57 Purchase, h 

317 Harvard 
Merrill James C. b attorney, 37 Court, h Oxford n Kirk- 
land 
Merrill John, b (John Merrill & Co.) real estate broker, 33 

Exchange, h Kirkland Place 
Merrill John vV. box maker, h 372 Main 
Merrill Richard, teamster, h 9 Fifth 

Merrill Theresa Mrs. hats, &c. 64 Cambridge, bds 57 Cam- 
bridge 
Merrill William, machinist, h rear 11 Front 
Merritt Benjamin, laborer, h Pearl n Franklin 
Merritt Weston, b keeper Wildes' Hotel, 46 Elm, h Centre 
Messer Daniel E. (Messer & Sons) grocer, 281 Main, bds 

94 Harvard 
Messer David L. news depot, 319 Main, bds 94 Harvard 
Messer Gorham, clerk, bds 94 Harvard 
Messer Stillman (& Son), grocer, 281 Main op Allen & En- 

dicott's, h 94 Harvard 
Messinger Thomas B. G. b clerk, 59 State, bds Broadway 

cor Tremont 
Metcalf Charles C. foreman, University Press, h Hancock 
Metcalf Charles R. h Concord Avenue 
Metcalf Eliab W. proof reader, bds Concord Avenue 
Metcalf Franklin, (Harley & Metcalf) photographist, Main 

cor Inman, h 14 Pleasant 
Metcalf Kate E. Miss, teacher Washington Alphabet School, 

bds Concord A venue 
Metzger Andrew, watch chrystal maker, h Sixth cor Vine 
Micalpenny John, laborer, h Gore n Squires' Pork House 
Mickell Thomas, shipmaster, h Magazine cor Cottage 
Miel Charles, Instructor in French, H. U. h 15 Boylston, 

Boston 
Milan Michael, laborer, h Willow Place 
Miles Alfred, bds Miles's, Charles River 
Miles Edmund, (Thurston *.v Miles), printer, Main, h Charles 

River n Mt. Auburn 

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114 CAMBRIDGE [ M! J DIRECTORY. 

Miles Stephen, stone cutter, h Hastings n Moore 

Miller David, carpenter, h Auburn n Magazine 

Miller Edward, tailor, h Cambridge n Elm 

Miller Frederick, glass cutter, h 116 Thorndike 

Miller John, bell-banger, h Pearl 

Miller Nancy Mrs. bds Mrs. Mclntyre's. Main 

Miller Stephen, pulpit maker, Main, rear Wood's Block, h 

Perry 
Miller Willard, carpenter, bds Mrs. McNorton's, Brighton 
Miller William, leather dresser, h Almshouse Row n North 

Avenue 
Millerick William, stone cutter, h Short, Ward 3 
Milligan James, b cutter, 21 Court, h 25 Worcester 
Milliken James S. mariner, h Main junc Mt. Auburn 
Mills Charles H. b 58 Federal, h Irving n Cambridge 
Mills David Mrs. h Main cor Pearl 
Mills Eli sha S. b (& Forrestall), watches, &c. Federal op 

Franklin, h Plymouth 
Mills James H. cabinet maker, h 6 Third 
Mills Thomas, printer, h Hancock n Green 
Mills William, laborer, h Foster 
Mines Sarah Mrs. h Dublin 
Minot Sarah E. Mrs. bds Williams n Pearl 
Mitchell Catherine Mrs. h Main, L. P. 
Mitchell Charles C. machinist, h Western Avenue n Kin- 

nard 
Mitchell Edward T. b painter, bds C. Mitchell's, Main, L. P. 
Mitchell George K. clerk, James's, Main, bds 2 Norfolk 
Mitchell George L. glass cutter, h 87 Thorndike 
Mitchell Henry A. b silversmith, 4 Court Avenue, bds 15 

Front 
Mitchell Henry L. cigar box maker, h Hampshire cor Tre- 

mont 
Mitchell Horace B. fish dealer, h 132 Thorndike 
Mitchell James, b brass finisher, h Cherry n School 
Mitchell John W. carver, bds at C. Mitchell's, Main, L. P. 
Mitchell Joseph F. stereotyper, h Walnut cor Pearl 
Mitchell Lorenzo D. cigar box maker, Hampshire junc Broad- 
way, h Bolton Somerville 
Mitchell Mary Mrs. h Cambridge n Willow place 
Mitchell Sarah D. Miss, teacher Otis Primary School, bds 

87 Thorndike 
Mitchell Paul, h Essex n Harvard 
Mitchell Richard, h Essex n Harvard 
Mitchell William, h Main, L. P. 
Moering Anna L. Mrs. bds Dr. Beck's, Quincy 
Moeshlin Frederick J. bootmaker, Harvard n Windsor, h 

same 



CAMBRIDGE [M] DIRECTORY. 115 

Moffette James T. cabinet maker, h Elm n Hampshire 

Mokler Patrick, laborer, at Mrs. I. Bangs, Harvard 

Molyneux Susannah Mrs. boarding house, 344 Main 

Monaghan Philip, laborer, h Bridge n Second 

Monehan Ann, Mrs. h Sixth n Cambridge 

Monigan Patrick, laborer, h Charles Street Court 

Monihan Patrick, tailor, h North n East 

Monnehan John, laborer, h Mt. Auburn n Lowell 

Monnehan Peter, laborer, bds Dublin 

Monroe James, b coal-oil dealer, h Watson 

Montague Samuel L. junk dealer, 168 Broad, h Pearl cor 

Allston 
Montgomery George, lamplighter, h Windsor n School 
Montgomery Mark W. carpenter, h Sixth n Spring 
Montgomery Thomas, laborer, 3 Washington 
Moody Charles E. b (S. Peirce & Co.) grocer, 59 Commer- 
cial, bds Mrs. Goodridge's, Windsor 
Moody Joseph G. h Garden n Appian Way 
Mooney Bernard, laborer, h Gore n Reed's Tavern 
Mooney Daniel, glass maker, h Columbia n Cambridge 
Mooney George A. b hairdresser, h Green n Putnam 
Mooney John, laborer, h Hastings n G. J. R. R. 
Mooney William, watchman N E. Glass House, h Cambridge 

n Windsor 
Mooney William M. b tailor, 98 Washington, h Inman n 

Cambridge 
Moore Charles, (Donnell &) hardware, 15 Brattle cor Palmer, 

bds Osborn's, Harvard Square 
Moore Clark, jewelry and real estate Agent, Lamson's 

Block, Main, h Norfolk, Middle Arbor 
Moore Eliza Mrs. h Spring cor Eighth 
Moore Hannah, Miss, b teacher, h 43 Magazine 
Moore Horatio C. printer, bds Mrs. Fish's, Western Avenue 
Moore James, soap maker, h 3 Essex Court 
Moore James C. variety store, bds Worcester's, Sixth 
Moore John, bread dealer, bds Dalton's, Mt. Auburn 
Moore John, brass finisher, h Willow Place 
Moore John, glass cutter, h Cambridge cor Windsor 
Moore John, laborer, h Spruce 
Moore Joseph W. clerk, bds 67 Sixth 
Moore Lydia J. nurse, bds 32 Auburn 
Moore Martha R. Mrs. nurse, h 67 Sixth 
Moore Nancy, Miss, h 43 Magazine 
Moore Nancy Mrs. h Jay u Western Avenue 
Moore Nathaniel II. (Law &) restorator, Harvard Square, h 

Gerry n Chapman l'lace 
Moore Richard, laborer, h Vine n Fifth 
Moore William, chain maker, h 18 Winter 



110 CAMBRIDGE [ J& ] DIRECTORY. 



Moran Joseph, glass maker, li rear 61 Gore 

Moran Owen, laborer, h brown blook up oil factory, Hamp- 

Bhire 
Morao Peter, glass maker, bds M nter 

Moran William, carpenter, h Elm cor Damps 
Moran William, laborer, at J. Brewster's, Brattle 

_ an Alt', eJ C. painter, h Linden n Hut 
Morgan Edward, b laborer, h 84 Third 
Morgan John W. iron worker, h Spring n Fourth 
Morgan Michael, laborer, h near the Church and Concord 

Avenue 
Morgan William, sawyer, h Fourth n Cambridge 
Moriarty Mary Mrs. h Broadway n Trowbridge 
Moran Bosanna, Mrs. h Vine n Fourth 
Moren Michael, laborer, h Pearl n Valentine 
Morn Francis, laborer, h Brighton n Eliot 
Morrill Alfred, machinist, h Front cor Village 
Morris Elisha C. brush maker, bds 14 Sixth 
Morris George G. b (Harvey, Burton & Co.) brush maker, 

27 Exchange, h 131 Cambridge 
Morris Jane M. M. Mrs. h Broadway, L. P. 
Morris John, brush maker, h rear 70 Spring 
Morris Lysander R. clerk, Porter's, North Avenue, h Bea- 
con, Somerville 
Morrison Eben, farmer, h North Avenue n Almshouse 
Morrison Ivory W. edge tool maker, Bridge, h Hampshire 

cor Union 
Morrison John, laborer, h Windsor n School 
Morschlin Frederick, shoemaker, h 1 Brooks's Buildings 
Morse Albert D. clerk, bds Morse's, Elm 
Morse Asa P. b 9 India Wharf, h Magazine cor Erie 
Morse Calvin, h 22 Inman n Main 
Morse Calvin E. physician, h 22 Inman 
Morse Charles E. bookbinder, h 3 Worcester 
Morse Charles H. b 7 Scollay's Building, h 26 Auburn 

- ■ Francis E. harness maker, Palmer, bds Holmes' Place 

George A. veterinary surgeon, h Holmes' Place 
Morse George E. h 24 Auburn cor Magazine 
M< rse James B. driver Union R. R. h Chapman Place 

James K. physician, h Union Square cor Maple 
M se John, pianoforte action maker h Auburn btwn 
M ^azine and Pearl 

- • Kendall, oyster saloon, Wood's Block, Main, h Pearl 
n O ■ 

Morse Mark H. h Elm n Beech 

se Mary B. Mrs. h Brighton cor Winthrop 

se Matilda, assistant tea -her Allston Grammar School, 

bda B. W. Roberts's, River 



CAMBRIDGE [ JVI ] DIRECTORY. 117 

Morse Moody, provision dealer, Harvard Market, Harvard, 

bds Mrs. Goss's, Austin 
Morse Nathaniel, baker, bds 48 Gore 
Morse Royal, % Holmes' Place 
Morse Timothy D. ice dealer, bds 128 Columbia 
Morse Weston H. teamster, bds Littlefield's, Bridge 
Morse William, b philosophical instrument maker, 18 Avery, 

h Hampshire cor Bristol 
Morse William A. b clerk, h Oak n Cambridge 
Morton Ira A. carpenter, h 2 Webster Place 
Moses Hamilton, b printer, bds Williams 
Moses. Thomas, printer, h Williams n Magazine 
Mosman Daniel F. b salesman, 105 Hanover, h Village cor 

Front 
Moulton Henry C. brush maker, bds 14 Sixth 
Moulton Lorenzo, box maker, h Third n Gore 
Moulton Parkman A. b clerk, 23 South Market, h 7 Sydney 
Mount Thomas J. feather brush maker, h 37 Spring 
Mowle Charles, b clerk, h 7 Seventh 
Mown James, laborer, at J. E. Worcester's, Brattle 
Mulchy Mary Mrs h Willow Place 

Muldoon James, laborer, h rear Dexter's store, Broadway 
Muldoon William, lamp maker, bds Short, Ward 3 
Mulhairen George, laborer, h Willow Place 
Mull Frederick, turner, h Seventh n Otis 
Mullen David, shoemaker, h Dunster cor South 
Mullen Dennis, laborer, h Franklin n Pleasant 
Mullen Edward, laborer, h near Mt. Auburn 
Mullen James, grease collector, h E. of Willow Place 
Mullen James, h Cambridge n Willow Place 
Mullen John, laborer, h Willow Place n Cambridge 
Mullen John, b glass blower, bds 22 Spring 
Mullen John P. hair dresser, bds 91 Winter 
Mullen Malachi, laborer, bds Green n Bay 
Mullen Margaret Mrs. h Franklin n Pleasant 
Mullen Martin, stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, h 

South Boston 
Mullen Michael, laborer, bds Franklin n Pleasant 
Mullen Nathaniel P. pile driver, h 91 Spring 
Mullen Nicholas, laborer, h rear 8 Gore 
Mullen Patrick, charcoal pedler, h Bast n Lowell R. R. 
Mullen Patrick, laborer, h Hancock n Harvard 
Mullen Patrick, laborer, h rear Gore n Lambert 
Mullen Robert, laborer, h Vine n Fifth 
Mullen Robert, soap maker, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Mullen William, carpenter, h ( narles cor Third 
Mullery Michael, laborer, h 7 Willard Place 
Mullett Lucy, Mrs. nurse, bds rear 92 Otis 



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CAMBRIDGE [ IMC ] DIRECTORY. 



Mullett William H. teamster, bds 57 Cambridge 
Mulligan John, candle maker, h Valentine n Pearl 
Mulligan Michael, laborer, h near Tuttle 
Mulligan Thomas, laborer, h North n East * 
Mulloy John, laborer, h North n East 
Mulvany Maurice, laborer, h 80 Gore 
Mumler Frederick A. printer, bds Mrs. Mumler's, Howard 
Mumler George F. b electro typer, bds Mrs. Mumler's, How- 
ard 
Mumler John F. electrotyper, foreman stereotype room, 

University Press, h 29 Bow 
Mumler Lucinda, Mrs. h Howard, Ward 1 
Munn Nancy, Mrs. h Canal 
Munroe Amos, laborer, h Auburn n Pearl 
Munroe Charles, fruit store, Moore's Block, Main, bds 4 

Eliot 
Munroe Charles W r . h 33 Second 
Munroe David K. clerk, bds 4 Eliot 
Munroe Enoch, wheelwright, Cambridge n Bridge, h 93 

Cambridge 
Munroe Henry P. music teacher, h Pearl cor Auburn 
Munroe James, (& Co.) bookseller, Harvard Square, and 

b 134 Washington, h Mt. Auburn cor Story 
Munroe James, mason, h 11 Cherry 
Munroe John H. laborer, h Dunster n wharf 
Munroe Rebecca Mrs. h 4 Eliot 

Munroe Susan and Mary, Misses, h Brattle cor James 
Munroe William A. auction and commission store, 81 Cam- 
bridge, h same 
Munroe William W. b clerk, Oak Hall, h 30 Franklin 
Murch Lemuel, printer, bds Western Avenue 
Murdoch Elizabeth, Mrs. h Concord Avenue June Garden 
Murdock Asa, Mrs. h Main op City Hall 
Murdock Daniel, provision dealer, bds Western Avenue 
Murdock Robert, nurseryman, h Western Avenue n Putnam 
Murdock Walter H. nurseryman, bds Western Avenue 
Murphy Daniel, teamster, h Hancock n Harvard 
Murphy Daniel, carpenter, h West n Inman 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, h Murdock n Hampshire 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, h water n Lowell R. R. 
Murphy Dennis, laborer, h Murdock n Hampshire 
Murphy Edward, laborer, h Third n Lowell R. R. 
Murphy Francis, laborer, h 8 Vine 
Murphy Francis C. b Waiter h Hampshire n Amory 
Murphy James, h rear 51 Gore 
Murphy James, laborer, at Dillaway's, Walnut 
Murphy James, gilder, h 53 Bridge 
Murphy James I. glass maker, h 86 Fourth 



CAMBRIDGE [ T& ] DIRECTORY. 119 

Murphy James S. carpenter, h Tremont 

Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, h 14 North 

Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, h near Dublin 

Murphy Jeremiah, laborer, h Green n Bay 

Murphy Jeremiah, tailor, h Kinnard n Putnam 

Murphy John, carpenter, h Antrim n Broadway 

Murphy John, laborer, h North n East 

Murphy John, laborer, h near Tuttle 

Murphy John , laborer, h Race Course n Spruce 

Murphy John, laborer, h Antrim 

Murphy John, laborer, h 3 North 

Murphy John, laborer, h West n Inman 

Murphy John, laborer, h Dublin 

Murphy John C. carpenter, h Harvey 

Murphy Julia, Mrs. h 13 North 

Murphy Martin, laborer, h Dublin 

Murphy Mary, Mrs. h Green n Bay 

Murphy Mary, Mrs. h Fourth n Bridge 

Murphy Michael, laborer, h Brick Alley, North 

Murphy Michael, tailor, h Sargent 

Murphy Michael, machinist, bds 8 Gore 

Murphy Michael, laborer, h Welch's Block, Short 

Murphy Patrick, blacksmith, h Willow Place 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, h Third n Charles 

Murphy Patrick, laborer, h Antrim n Broadway 

Murphy Paul, laborer, h Sargent 

Murphy Peter, laborer, h 10 North 

Murphy Pierce, cabinet maker, h School cor Windsor 

Murphy Thomas, laborer, h near Dublin 

Murphy Thomas, glass maker, h rear 87 Gore 

Murphy Timothy, mason, h Antrim n Broadway 

Murphy Timothy, laborer, h Bridge op Water 

Murphy William, laborer, bds West n Lee 

Murphy W r illiam, b bookkeeper, 8 West, h Essex n Harvard 

Mui phy William, b bookkeeper, h Essex 

Murphy William, tailor, bds 115 Bridge 

Murray Dennis, gardener, h Short, Ward 3 

Murray James, laborer, h 8 North 

Murray James, teamster, bds Ellery 

Murray John, bds McKeon's, Hampshire 

Murray John, laborer, h Bridge n Reed's Tavern 

Murray John, jr. depot master, Porter's Station, h Somer- 

ville 
Murray Mary, Miss, h Second n Gore 
Mui ray Michael, laborer, h Garden n brickyard 
Murray Samuel P. grocer, 117 Bridge, bds 115 Bridge 
Murray Thomas, laborer, h North n East 
Murray Thomas, teamster, bds J. O'Conner's n Spruce 



120 M BRIDGE [2?] DIRECTORY. 

Murray Thomas, laborer, bds 22 Gore 

Murtagh Daniel, hatter, 145 Bridge, h same 

Muzzey David P. (H. W. & D. P. Muz A law, 

Buckley's Building, Main cor Norfolk, bds Clin 

Harvard 
3Iuzzey Henry W. (H. W. & D. P. 1 4 

counsellor, Buckley's Building, Main cor Norfolk, b 

Barrister's Hall, 7 Court Square, h Clinton n Harvard 
Myers Barnet, cigar maker :er Avenue 

Myers Jonas, cigar maker, h 345 Main 
Myrick Elisha, (Thayer & Co.'s laboratory 

Avenue 

Naligan Peter, carpenter, h Sparks n Mt. Auburn 

Nanery James, laborer, at Lowell R. R. bds Reed's Tavern 

Nash John, fruit and confectionery, Main n Win 1 

Nash Solomon, blacksmith, h Green 

Nason Bradford, laborer, bds Mr. Smith's, Gore n Third 

Nason James B. postmaster and druggist. North Avenue n 

Porter's Station, h Orchard n Beech 
Nason James, b wood sawyer, h Seventh n Cambridge 
Nason James H. clerk, bds Nason 's, Orchard 
Nason John, engineer, h 47 Fifth 

Nay Isaac A. b clerk, 9 Tremont Row, h Inman n Broadway 
Nay John K. printer, h Kinnard n Western Avenue 
Nay Samuel F. electrotyper, bds S. F. Nay's, Kinnard 
Nay Samuel F. b (Nay & MeClure) 1 mont 

Row, h Austin n Norfolk 
Neal Nathaniel, mason, h Allston 
Neal Patrick, laborer, bds Burns's, Brighton 
Neale James P. b mason, h Broadway n Win 
Needham William W. b 6 Blackstone, h 106 Thorn like 
Negress Pater, gardener, h 97 Norfolk 
Neiler Peter, currier, bds W. Millers, Alms'. 
Neisdel Peter, laborer, h 19 Washington n Main 
Neiter John P. glass maker, h otis n Fifth 
Nelligan Patrick, tai!or, h Valentine cor Brookline 
Nelligan Peter, carpenter, h Foster n Sparks 
Nellie Ann, Mrs. h Vine n Fourth 
Nelligan David, laborer, h Dublin 
Nelligan Maurice, laborer, h Montgomery n Spruce 
Nelson Augusta >. Mrs. h Webster Avenue n Hampshire 
Nelson Augustus W. stairbuilde: . i^dike 

Nelson Charles, laborer, h Third n Court 
Nelson David, 1; :er 

Nelson Horace, b clerk ring 

Nelson Israel P. michinist, h -301 Main 
Nelson James, prison watchman, bds Seventh n Thorndike 



CAMBRIDGE [KT] DIRECTORY. 121 

Nelson James, printer, bds Irving House, Main 

Nelson James C. mason, h Puver n Rockwell 

Nelson James H. newspaper carrier, bds Irving House, 

Main 
Nelson John, glass cutter, h 71 Spring 
Nelson John, laborer, h Winter n Third 
Nelson Peter, glass cutter, bds Seventh n Thorndike 
Nelson Rebecca, Miss, dressmaker and boys' clothing, over 

Hyde's Store, Main 
Nelson Timothy P. lather, bds Medford n "Hampshire 
Nevin William, grease collector, h Somerset 
Nevins Hiram, paver, h Harvard cor Boardman 
Newbegin Cyrus, carpenter, bds Jones's, Chauncy 
Newcomb Betsey, Mrs. boarding house, 6 Green 
Newcomb Isaac B. b fish dealer, 114 Quincy Market, h Vil- 
lage 
Newcomb Simon, computer, Waterhouse cor Follen 
Newcomb Thomas G. b bookkeeper, bds 37 Spring 
Newell Phebe Mrs. h 56 Thorndike 

Newell Timothy, b clerk, 28 Essex, h 33 Western Avenue 
Newell William, clergyman, h Berkeley 
Newell William W. bds Berkeley 
Newhall George, h Cambridge n Second 
Newhall Seth, h Mt. Auburn cor Howard 
Newman Andrew, rope maker, bds Short n Pleasant 
Newman Edward H. teamster, h 19 Fourth 
Newman Henry, painter, Main, h Park n Pleasant 
Newman John B. b cabinet maker, bds 19 Fourth 
Newman Patrick, laborer, h Third n Charles 
Newman Stephen I. cigar maker, h Main, L. P. 
Newmarch Joseph, baker, Harvard cor Clark, and 122 Cam- 
bridge, h Harvard cor Clark 
Newton George L. (& Smith), provisions, Union Square, h 

North Avenue op Bank 
Nichols Curtis C. b Secretary Boston Five Cent Savings 

Bank, School, h 46 Norfolk 
Nichols Edward F. carver, bds 3 Worcester 
Nichols Francis H. b clerk, 26 Pearl, h 37 Cottage 
Nichols George, editor, h Brattle n Appleton 
Nichols George T. carpenter, bds Irving House, Main 
Nichols Ichabod, Mrs. h Kirkland n Kirkland Place 
Nichols John T. G. physician, office at Mrs. Humphrey's, 

Harvard Square, bis at Mte b, Kirkland 

Nichols W'illiam, bds 31 
Nicholson John, laborer, h West n In man 

Levi, glass maker, h 133 Cambridge 
I George, cabinet maker, h 131 Gore 
Nicol James, carver, bds 131 Gore 

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122 CAMBRIDGE [N] DIRECTORY. 



Nicolson Samuel, b agent, 8 Phoenix Building, 8 State, bds 
Dr. Plympton's, Chestnut 

Niles Catherine, Mrs. h Green cor Bay 

Mies Daniel W. bookseller, Wood's Block, Main, h Franklin 
cor Pearl 

Niles George I. b cutter, bds Mrs. Niles's, Green 

Niles John, printer, bds Mrs. Niles's, Green 

Niles Stephen R. b advertising agency, 1 Scollay's Build- 
ing, h 90 Prospect 

Nixon George, laborer, h 12 Brattle Square 

Nixon Mary, Mrs. h 22 Tremont 

Noble Charles, carpenter, bds Gibson's, Main 

Noble George AV. C. Proctor, H. U. 7 Lolworthy 

Noble Mercy, Mrs. h Clark cor* Washington 

Noble Nathan, h Thorndike 

Nolan Catherine, Mrs. h 61 Gore 

Noonan John, laborer, h 14 North 

Norcross William R. b (Norcross, Mellen & Co.) 20 Mer- 
chants Row, h Mt Auburn cor Bath 

Norris James D. clerk, at Wood & Hall's, bds Hayes's, 
Church 

Norris Thomas A. B. h 66 Cambridge 

Norris Williarn, laborer, h Harvard n G. J. R. R. 

Norris William H. T. carpenter, h Pleasant n River 

North Daniel H. box maker, bds 111 Harvard 

Norton Catherine E. Mrs. h Kirkland 

Norton Charles E. bds Kirkland 

Norton Charles M. T. b bookkeeper, 100 Milk, bds 55 
Cherry 

Norton Henry, soap manufacturer, h junc Windsor and 
Webster Avenue 

Norton Henry, jr. soap maker, h Windsor junc Webster 
Avenue 

Norton Michael, mason, h Norton 

Norton Michael, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 

Nourse Benjamin F. b Custom House, h Kinnard n River 

Nourse Gilbert D. b (Nourse & Co.) Agricultural Warehouse, 
34 and 36 Merchants Row, h Magazine n Short 

Nowell Eliza C. Mrs. h River cor Rockwell 

Nowell Sarah J. Mrs. h Williams n River 

Nowell Timothy, carpenter, bds River cor Rockwell 

Noyes Charles, 41 Divinity Hall, bds Professor Noyes's, 
North Avenue 

Noyes David S. soap maker, h Pine n Harvard 

Noyes Eliphalet S. machinist, h 26 School 

Noyes Esther M. assistant teacher Allston Grammar School, 
bds Broadway cor Tremont 

Noyes George L. bookkeeper, bds Stickney's, Mt. Auburn 



CAMBRIDGE [O] DIRECTORY. 123 

Noyes George R. Hancock Professor of Hebrew, &c. H. U. 

h North Avenue n Common 
Noyes Gilman C. teamster, bds Abbott's, Dickinson 
Noyes John B. student at law, bds Professor Noyes's, North 

Avenue 
Noyes Peter W. machinist, h Main n Universalist Church 
Noyes Samuel, b clothing, h Broadway cor Tremont 
Nudd Jacob, cement manufacturer, h Williams cor River 
Nugent Bernard F. glass packer, h Fourth n Bridge 
Nugent Thomas, laborer, h 5 Vine 
Nurse Gilbert, b (Nourse & Co.) Agricultural Warehouse, 

34 and 36 Merchants Row, h 30 Norfolk 
Nute James C. private watchman, h 9 Leigh ton Court 
Nute William, silver plater, bds 121 Cambridge 
Nutter Abby R dressmaker, Cambridge n Fourth, h same 
Nutter Jacob, laborer, h 127 Gore 
Nutting Ephraim, carriage painter, h Gerry 
Nutting Granville S. blacksmith, bds P. Nutting's, Gardner 

Court 
Nutting Jonathan D. hardware and stoves, Main op Norfolk, 

h 52 Essex 
Nutting Philip, (& Prescott), blacksmith, Palmer, h Gard- 
ner Court 
Nyhel Francis, laborer, h near Lowell R. R. 

Oake3 George, b brass worker, h Willow Place 

Oakes George P. printer, bds Windsor cor Washington 

Oakley Thomas, laborer, h Hastings 

Ober Matthias, cabinet maker, h 79 Spring 

O'Brien Dennis, laborer, h Green n Bay 

O'Brien Dennis, laborer, h Lambert n Gore 

O'Brien James, carpenter, h Willow Place 

O'Brien James, grocer, h Winthrop n Dunster 

O'Brien James, laborer, h Sparks n Concord Avenue 

O'Brien Jeffrey, laborer, h Wyeth n Concord Avenue 

O'Brien Joann, Mrs. h near Lowell R R. 

O'Brien John, laborer, h Garden cor Shepard 

O'Brien Mary, Mrs. h Third n Charles 

O'Brien Mary, Mrs. h Third n Lowell R. R. 

O'Brien Michael, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 

O'Brien Patrick, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 

O'Brien Patrick, laborer, h rear Court n Kerosene Works 

O'Brien Patrick, laborer, h 13 North 

O'Brien Patrick, laborer, h Sparks n Concord Avenue 

O'Brien Patrick, laborer, b Vine n Fourth 

O'Brien Richard, b tailor, h Suffolk n Columbia 

O'Brien Thomas, laborer, li Dana n Broadway 

O'Brien Timothy, laborer, h Franklin n Bay 



124 CAMBRIDGE [0] DIRECTORY. 

O'Brien Timothy, shoemaker, Brighton n Harvard Square, 

h 10 South 
O'Brien William, laborer, bds 2 Lambert Avenue 
O'Connell Anthony, cabinet maker, h 33 Spring 
O'Connell Charles, rope maker, h Hancock n Franklin 
O'Connell Daniel, laborer, h Dublin 
O'Connell Daniel, laborer, h near Dublin 
O'Connell Jeremiah, laborer, h Dublin 
O'Connell John, laborer, bds Ellery 
O'Connell Michael, laborer, h Dublin 
0' Conner Callahan, laborer, h near Dublin 
0' Conner Cornelius, laborer, h Winthrop n Brighton 
0' Conner Daniel, h Hampshire op Portland 
0' Conner George, brewer, h Hampshire op Portland 
'Conner James, gardener, h Frisbie Place 
0' Conner James, carver, bds Mrs. 0' Conner's, Railroad 

Block, Bridge 
0' Conner Mary Mrs. h Railroad Block, Bridge 
0' Conner Maurice, 2d, gardener, h Ellery n Harvard 
O'Conner Maurice R. clerk, bds Mrs. McNorton's, Brighton 
0' Conner Maurice, 3d, h 31 Bow 
O'Conner Michael, laborer, h Franklin n Putnam 
O'Conner Michael, currier, h Spruce 
O'Conner Patrick, laborer, h Franklin n Bay 
O'Conner Patrick, laborer, h Franklin 
O'Conner Patrick, laborer, h Sparks 
O'Conner Patrick, bds M. O'Connell's, Ellery 
O'Conner Patrick, laborer, h Webster Avenue n Windsor 
O'Conner William, laborer, h Spruce 
O'Conners Daniel, overseer Union R. R. Co. bds Bay 
O'Conners Patrick, laborer, h Green 

Odeli James K. b gold beater, 11 Province, h Somerset Place 
Odiorne Sarah Mrs. h Concord Avenue junc Garden 
Odiorne William, blacksmith, bds Whitcomb's, Gilman's 

Wharf 
O'Donnahue Florence, laborer, h Charles Street Court 
O'Donnell James, painter, h Windsor n Cambridge 
O'Donnell Roger, laborer, h near brickyard 
O'Haire Henry, blacksmith, h 11 Brooks's Buildings 
O'Haire John, laborer, h Valentine n Brookline 
O'Haire John, bds John O'Haire's, jr. North Avenue 
O'Haire John W. butcher, h North Avenue n Cedar 
O'Haire Patrick, butcher, h North Avenue n Cedar 
O'Hearn John, laborer, h Cottage cor Pearl 
O'Keefe Ellen Mrs. h Vine n Third 
O'Leary Dennis, laborer, h Brick Alley, North 
O'Leary Hannah, Mrs. h Charles Street Court 
O'Leary John, carpenter, h Dublin 



CAMBRIDGE fO] DIRECTORY. 125 

Olevadous Antonio, laborer, h Cambridge op Columbia 
Oliver Charles, varnisher, bds Fifth n Otis 
Oliver Hubbard , b harness maker, h 60 'Washington 
Olmstead David, bridge builder, h 46 Washington 
O'Neal John, laborer, h Concord Avenue n Alewife Brook 
O'Neal Michael, laborer, h near Dublin 
O'Neal Michael, stone cutter, bds Hubbard's, Second 
O'Neal Patrick, laborer, h Race Course n Spruce 
O'Neil James, gardener, h Windsor, btwn Harvard & Broad- 
way 
O'Neil James, watchman Lowell R. R. h 15 Fifth 
O'Neil Jeremiah, laborer, h Harvard junc Main 
O'Neil John, laborer, h Dublin 
O'Neil John, moulder, h Livermore n Lincoln 
O'Neil John, laborer, h Fourth n Winter 
O'Neil John, laborer, h North n East 
O'Neil John, grocer, Vine n Fourth, h same 
O'Neil Margaret Mrs. h Vine n Fourth 
O'Neil Patrick, laborer, bds Gore 
O'Neil Walter, laborer, h North n East 
O'Neill John, laborer, Dublin 
Orcutt Alfred H. b Agricultural Warehouse, 51 & 52 North 

Market, h Brookline n Walnut 
Orcutt Henry J. mason, bds Pleasant n River 
Orcutt John VV. bookbinder, h 52 Western Av. cor Kinnard 
Orcutt William A. bookbinder, bds W. H. Orcutt's, Union 
Orcutt William H. bookbinder, Riverside, h Union 
Ordway Aaron, b 130 State, h 9 Worcester 
Ordway Moses, carpenter, h Walnut n Pearl 
Orne Ann S. Mrs. h 58 Auburn n Brookline 
Orne Caroline F. Miss, b:ls 58 Auburn n Brookline 
Orne Joel S. apothecary, 395 Main, h 397 Main 
Orr Robert, printer, bds Harrison 
Orvis Emerson G. provision dealer, h 49 Fifth 
Osborn Abner J. policeman, h 3 Temple 
Osborn Dalphon, surveyor of lumber, State, h 135 Wash- 
ington 
Osborn Daniel F. b clerk, bds Williams n Pearl 
Osborn Hiram, carpenter, h Eliot 
Osborn James D. (D. Osborn & Co.) surveyor of lumber, 

bds 135 Washington 
Osborn Jesse, b Messenger Shawmut Bank, h Pearl n Wal- 
nut 
Osborn Joseph, carpenter, h Williams n Pearl 
Osborn Rebecca, nurse, h (Mark cor Broadway 
Osborne .Mary A. Mrs. h 84 Norfolk 

Osgood George M. clerk and Messenger City Bank, h Main 
n Putnam 

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126 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 



Osgood Sarah, dress making and millinery, 373 Main, h 

same 
0' Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, h Brighton n Eliot 
Otis George, box maker, bds 150 Cambridge 
Otis Thomas, driver Union R. R. h Watertown 
Otto William, brass founder, h btwn Washington and Main 
Outhwaite Charlotte, Mrs. upholsteress, h 30 Auburn 
Outhwaite John, plumber, Main n Temple, h 30 Auburn 
Owen John, h Mt. Auburn cor Eliot 

Oxford Charles W. variety store, 411 Main, h at Brighton 
Oxford Joseph M. clerk, 411 Main h Hancock, n Main 

Packard Alonzo, (Clark & Packard,) feather duster manu- 
facturer, 58 Cambridge, h 65 Ihorndike 

Packard Charles, machinist, bds 342 Main 

Packer Humphrey T. physician, office Wood's Block, Main, 
h same 

Page Asa, b bookkeeper, 7 Elm, h 28 Green 

Page Carlos L. ambrotypist and photographist, Wood's 
Block, Main, bds Broadway n Clark 

Page George G. box manufacturer, junc Hampshire and 
Broadway, h Broadway n Clark 

Page Gilman, box maker, bds Mrs. Vining's, Washington, 
rooms Harvard cor Pine 

Page Gilman, box maker, bds 29 Washington 

Page Ovando G. clerk, bds G. G. Page's, Broadway 

Page Perkins C. b produce dealer, 24 Suffolk Market, bds 
Pine n Harvard 

Page Sarah H. assistant teacher Washington School, bds at 
T. A. Carew's, Everett 

Page Thomas, b flour dealer, 188 State, h Austin n Inman 

Page William, b (Page, Briggs & Babbitt) iron dealer, 99 
& 101 Commercial, h Main cor Hancock 

Page William P. clergyman, h 92 t'rospect 

Paige Lucius R. President Cambridge Bank, h 96 Washing- 
ton 

Paine Charles M. b optician, 347 Washington, h 68 Washing- 
ton 

Paine Henry W. b counsellor, 18 Gray's Building, Court 
Square, h Sparks n Brattle 

I'aine John, laborer, h Bridge n East 

Paine John S. b (Shearer & Paine,) furniture, 42 Canal, h 
Dana cor Centre 

Palfrey Francis W. b attorney, 33 School, bds Divinity Av- 
enue 

Palfrey John G. h Divinity Avenue 

Palmer Asher C. b (Eaton, Lovett & Wellington,) hard- 
ware, 117 Milk, h Cambridge n Sumner 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 12? 

Palmer Elizabeth Mrs. h junc Mt. Auburn and Arrow 

Palmer Granville, carpenter, h 66 Magazine 

Palmer John, grocer, Gore cor Second, h 70 Gore 

Palmer John K. physician, h Main n Hancock 

Palmer Orlando M. b clerk Bank of Mutual Redemption, bds 

66 Magazine 
Palmer Samuel, drain builder, h 149 Harvard 
Pancoast Benjamin, b tinplate worker, bds 355 Main 
Pancoast Rebecca L. Mrs. h 355 Main 
Panzera Thomas, b brass finisher, h 50 Washington 
Park John, carpenter, h Clark n School 
Parker George, harness maker, Union R. R. h Roxbury 
Parker George Mrs. h Front Street Court 
Parker George E. brush maker, h Livermore cor Hamp- 
shire 
Parker George W. b clerk, 57 Washington, h 25 Norfolk 
Parker Henry M. b attorney, 46 Washington, h Quincy 
Parker Horatio G. b attorney, 46 Washington, bds Craigie 

n Concord Avenue 
Parker Jacob W shoemaker, h Third n Cambridge 
Parker Joel, Royall Professor of Law, H U. h Craigie op 

Berkeley 
Parker Joseph N. b Arnica plaster manufacturer, 20 Tre- 

mont, h Magazine Street Court 
Parker Luther L. h 69 Otis 
Parker Lydia Mrs. h Garden n Concord Avenue 
Parker Milan, teamster, h Harvard n Davis 
Parker Montgomery D. b merchant, h Garden cor Appian 

Way 
Parker Phineas, Overseer Brick Yard, bds S. J. Wright's, 

Meacham 
Parker Richard G. bds Garden cor Appian Way 
Parker Samuel, h 88 Cambridge 
Parker Sanford A. confectioner, h 1 Prospect 
Parker Stephen N. box maker, h Third n Lowell R. R. 
Parker Thomas, gardener, h Franklin n Bay 
Parker Alonzo M. carpenter, h Main, L. P. 
Parker Thomas B. expressman, h School Court 
Parker William W. b Inspector Custom House, bds J. W. 

Baldwin's, North Avenue n Linnajan 
Parker William, Mrs. h Ash n Mt. Auburn 
Parkerson William, marble worker, li Wyeth cor Tuttle 
Parkhill Margaret Mrs. h River cor Auburn 
Parkin il Samuel .1. printer, lxls River cor Auburn 
Parks ( harles, gas pipe titter, lxls 6 Green 
Parke .lames, laborer, h West cor Lee 
Parks -lames If. expressman, h ('harles River 



128 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Parmenter Ezra, b inspector drugs, &c. Custom House, 
bds 37 Second 

Parmenter William h 37 Second 

Parsons Allen B janitor Divinity Hall, h Divinity Avenue 

Parsons Elizabeth Miss, h Garden cor Lin mean 

Parsons Henry K. bds S. M. Parsons 1 , Russell 

Parsons Herman L. driver Somerville U. EL bds S. M. Par- 
sons', Russell 

Parsons Jackson M. clerk, bis S. M. Parsons', Russell 

Parsons Richard, wood turner, h Somerset Place cor Maga- 
zine 

Parsons Sylvanus M. policeman, h Russell 

Parsons Theophilus, Dane Professor of Law, H. U. h Garden 
n Shepard 

Partridge John H. (T. B. Lord & Co.) dry goods, 434 Har- 
vard, h Wendall 

Pasco John, b clerk, 110 Washington, h Linden cor Har- 
vard 

Passey William, laborer, h Third n Court 

Patch Charles R. b truckman, 19 Custom House, h Maga- 
zine n Franklin 

Patch Edward J. conductor, Union R. R. bds Rice's, Main 

Patch John H. surveyor of lumber, h 32 Second 

Pat tee Oliver S. box maker, h 25 Broadway 

Patten Albert G. painter, h Austin 

Patten John, laborer, h Third n Charles 

Patterson Frank W. printer, bds 54 River 

Patterson James, gardener, h Wyeth's Lane, n Mt. Auburn 

Patterson John, stone cutter, h Cambridge n Second 

Patterson Pierce, laborer, h Portland 

Patterson Robert, laboror, h Spruce n brickyard 

Patterson Thomas, farmer, h end Harvey n Alewife Brook 

Patterson William, laborer, bds Stearns's, Eliot 

Patterson William, machinist, at Allen & Endicott's, Main, 
bds Boston 

Paul Frederick J. cigar maker, h 356 Main 

Paul John, bds 102 Cambridge 

Peabody Andrew P. Preacher to the University, and Plum- 
mer Professor of Christian Morals, H. U. h Quincy cor 
Harvard 

Peabody Thomas P. b printer, h Leighton Court 

Peacock Margaret Mrs. h Dunster, n wharf 

Peakea John D. clerk, at Seavey & Brown's, Main, bds 
Rice's, Main 

Peikes William, b 28 South Market, h Shepard n Avon 

Pear Edward, b silversmith, 7 Avery, h 290 Main 

Pear John, undertaker, h 15 Front 

Pear Joseph S. bookbinder, bds 15 Front 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 129 

Pear Thomas, b jeweller, bds 290 Main 

Pear William B. b (Mitchell & Pear) silversmith, 4 Court 

Avenue, bds 290 Main 
Pearce Edward, tutor in Mathematics, H. U. 7 Stoughton 
Pearson Charles S. paper hanger, h 121 Washington 
Pearson Edwin R. paper box maker, bds 359 Main 
Pearson Henry, paper box manufacturer, 359 Main, h 

same 
Pearson John A. paper box maker, bds 359 Main 
Pearson John D. h Broadway cor Windsor 
Peasley Charles, h 58 Fourth 
Peasley Thomas J. machinist, at Allen & Endieott's, Main, 

bds Boston 
Peck Horace, teamster, h East on Hastings's wharf 
Peirce Benjamin, Perkins Professor of Astronomy and 

Mathematics, H. U. h Quincy 
Peirce Charles S. Proctor, H. U. 5 Massachusetts Hall 
Peirce Henry G. moulder, h 6 Jennings 
Peirce James M. Tutor in Mathematics, H. U. 20 Holworthy 
Peirce Lydia R. Mrs. h Frisbie Place 
Peirce Samuel, pianoforte maker, h Green n Bay 
Peirce Thomas J. (Peirce & Hall) ice dealer, Cambridge, h 

Woburn 
Peltier Joseph 0. b wines, &c. 61 Pitts, h Broadway cor 

Pioneer 
Pendergrass Patrick, laborer, h Valentine n Brookline 
Pendexter Charles, carpenter, h 64 Fourth 
Penniman Adna L. b glazier, bds Short n Magazine 
Penniman Albert B. b printer, h 105 Harvard 
Penniman Benjamin F. b printer, bds 352 Main 
Penniman James W. clerk, bds 352 Main 
Penniman John A. b printer, h 352 Main 
Penniman Thomas J. car painter, bbs 352 Main 
Penniman Walter, fancy painter, bds 352 Main 
Pennock Charles W. provision dealer, bds T. B. Stone's, 

Green 
Penny Richard, laborer, h end Harvey n Alewife Brook 
Peppard James, teamster, at E. Train's, h 85 Gore 
Perbeck Michael, wheelwright, h Franklin n Gore 
Perham Albert G. glass maker, h 67 Third 
Perham John, jr. b (Braman, Perham & Co.) steam pipe & 

gas fitter, 8 Charlestown, li Colombia n Broadway 
Perigney Joseph, baker, h 120 Spring 
Perkins Daniel B.b cabinet maker, bds Spiller's, Carver 
Perkins George, laborer, at C. C. Little's, Brattle 
Perkins Herald II. b hatter, h Brie n Pearl 
Perkins Levi, carpenter, Brighton, h Everett 
Penin Edmund, li Main, L. 1*. 



130 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Perrin Edmund, glass cutter, h Main, L. P. 

Perrin Franklin, b broker, 3 Fulton, bds at Rev. N. Gage's, 

Garden op Waterhouse 
Perry Ann Mrs. h Short n Pleasant 
Perry Benjamin F. printer, h Eliot n Brighton 
Perry Ephraim S. laborer, h Race Course n Spruce 
Perry Frederick F. painter, h Broadway junc Hampshire 
Perry Russell, b machinist, h 23 River n Auburn 
Pervear Hiram K. clergyman, bds 103 Otis 
Peters Charles J. b stereotyper, h 67 Washington 
Pettingill Benjamin A. b (Pettingill & Pear) spring bed 

dealers, 35 Brattle, h 23 State 
PettingillJoel C. h Charles River n Mt. Auburn 
Pettingill Joseph R. (& Wheeler) blacksmith, Brighton, h 

2 Bow 
Pettingill Josiah, teamster, h 3 Essex Court 
Pettingill William H. hat manufacturer, Second cor Thorn- 
dike, h 34 Second 
Phalen Edmund, glass cutter, h Main, L. P. 
Phalen Timothy, laborer, h Dunster n Harvard Square 
Phelan William, cabinet maker, h Sixth cor Spring 
Phelan William, gardener, at Elmwood, Elm wood Avenue 
Phelps Albert S. printer, h Hampshire n In man 
Phelps Stephen D. expressman, bds 12 Prospect 
Phelps Wm. Henry, b electro typer, bds Hampshire n Oak 
Phil brick David, broker, h 139 Cambridge 
Phillips Charles W. billiard saloon, Main op Norfolk, h 

Franklin n Pearl 
Phillips Enos B. brass founder, h 39 Brookline 
Phillips George, britannia worker, h Thorndike cor Fifth 
Phillips George S. b brass finisher, bds Thorndike cor 

Fifth 
Phillips Ivers, freight agent, 6 Devonshire, h North Avenue 

cor W T illow, Ward 5 
Phillips James, mason, h Franklin cor Pearl 
Phillips John L. bds River cor Howard 
Phillips Joseph, cigar maker, bds 34 Auburn 
Phillips Willard, b President N. E. Mut. Ins. Co., State, h 

Linnaean n Garden 
Phipps Joseph, currier, Main op Old Car Factory, h same 
Phipps William, currier, h brown block op oil factory, Hamp- 
shire 
Pickard Henry L. hairdresser, h 5 Vine 
Pickering Henry, student, rooms 26 Hollis 
Pickering Mark, b broker, 92 Court, h 3 Norfolk 
Pickering Octavius, h Berkeley cor Phillips Place 
Picket Abial, carpenter, h Sparks n Concord Avenue 
Pickett George E. nurse, bds Shepard n Avon 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 131 

Pickett Joseph J. mason, h Dana Court n Western Avenue 
Pickett Samuel, carpenter, bell hanger, North Avenue, h 

Shepard n Avon 
Pierce Albert, brass finisher, bds 315 Main 
Pierce Emily Mrs. h Harrison Avenue 
Pierce Frederick, brass finisher bds 315 Main 
Pierce George W. moulder, h Washington cor Windsor 
Pierce Joseph, wheelwright, Western Avenue n Main, h 

Putnam 
Pierce Leander, baker, bds 336 Main 
Pierce Mary F. assistant teacher High School, bds Mrs. 

Woodward's, School 
Pierce Shepard, teamster, bds Merrill's, 372 Main 
Pierce Stillman, carpenter, h 8 Brookline 
Pierce William H. b clerk, bds 98 Otis 
Pierre Francis, fancy glass worker, bds 50 Gore 
Pike Edward L. b printer, 42 Congress, h Broadway cor 

Windsor 
Pike George S. hairdresser, 343 Main, h Washington n Co- 
lumbia 
Pike Henry S. watchman, h 79 Spring 
Pike James, livery stable, rear Wood's Block, bds 16 Cot- 
tage 
Pike John N. switch tender, h 132 Otis 
Pike Lewis, driver, Union R. R. bds 2 Lambert Avenue 
Pingree Charles A. pattern maker, h Front 
Pinkerton William, b cabinet maker, h 7 School 
Pinkham George S. oil manufacturer, Hampshire n dike, h 

Clark n Harvard 
Pinkham Horace, carpenter, bds Mason's, Spruce 
Piper George C. b (George W. Simmons, Piper & Co.) 34 

North, h Avon n Shepard 
Piper Mary Mrs. rear 59 Columbia 
Piper Henry A. b clerk, bds 96 Otis 
Piper Nahum C. oyster saloon, Main n Harrison, bds 

Stearns's, Main 
Plant Anthony, laborer, h North n East 
Plant Catherine Mrs. h Cambridge cor Webster Avenue 
Plummer Warren, provisions, Union Store, Cambridge. n 

Fourth, bds in Boston 
Plumridge George, printer, h Brooks' Buildings, n School 
Plympton Charles H. P. b merchant, 80 State, h Avon 
Plympton Henry S. physician, bds Harvard btwn Chestnut 

and Linden 
Plympton Sylvanus, physician, h Harvard btwn Chestnut 

and Linden 
; Pollard Charles W. b clerk Custom House, h Prospect n 

Cambridge 



132 CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 

Pollard John S. mason, h 21 Norfolk 
Polls Peter, b tailor, h Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Pomeroy Anne Miss, h Oxford n Kirkland 
Pond Lydia J. nurse, 2 Essex 
Poole Francis H. driver Union R. R. h Eliot 
Poole Frederick L. conductor Union R. R. h West Cam- 
bridge 
Poole George W. hostler, bds South 
Poole George VV. laborer, bds 2 Lambert Avenue 
Poole Margaret Mrs. h Third n Charles 
Poole Mary Mrs. h rear 32 Norfolk 
Pope Augustus R. Mrs. h Harvard n Trowbridge 
Pope John, b stencil maker, 10 Dock Square, h 5 Harrison 

Avenue 
Porter Charles, h Hampshire n Prospect 
Porter Charles H. b oil manufacturer, h Fifth cor Otis 
Porter John L. b auctioneer, h Auburn cor River 
Porter Joseph Mrs. h Winthrop Square cor Winthrop 
Porter Josiah, counsellor, 421 Main, over Hyde's store, b 

47 Court, bds at Porter's Hotel, North Avenue 
Porter William, b teamster, h 52 River 
Porter William N. glass cutter, h rear 92 Otis 
Porter Zachariah B. hotel keeper, North Avenue 
Potter Henry, b (& Demmon) pork dealer, City Wharf, h 

North Avenue cor Linnaean 
Potter John C. carpenter, h Western Avenue n Howard 
Powell John A. cook, h Hampshire cor Webster Avenue 
Power James, laborer, h Prince 
Power John, gardener, h Tremont n Cambridge 
Powers Catherine Mrs. h Willow Place 
Powers Daniel, laborer, h btwn Washington and Main 
Powers Daniel, laborer, bds brown block op oil factory, 

n Hampshire 
Powers David W. b restorator, 8 Congress Square, bds 

State 
Powers Edward, cooper, h op oil factory, Broadway 
Powers John, laborer, bds 8 Gore 
Powers John, laborer, h Harvard n junc Main 
Powers John, pyrotechnist, h Charles n Fourth 
Powers Maurice, teamster, bds Broadway n Dock 
Powers Margaret Mrs. h Canal cor Hastings 
Powers Nicholas D. pressman, bds 54 River 
Powers Patrick, tailor, bds 342 Main 
Powers Patrick, laborer, h Tuttle n Wyeth 
Powers Richard, laborer, h Broadway n Dock 
Powers Richard, laborer, h Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
Powers Thomas, harness maker, h Bridge n Short 
Powers Thomas, cooper, h 38 Broadway 



CAMBRIDGE [P] DIRECTORY. 



133 



Powers William J. b cooper, h on marsh op oil factory, 

Hampshire 
Pratt Aaron B. tinman, Cambridge n Fourth, h Winter St. 

Place 
Pratt Ebenezer P. provisions, Third op Vine, h 90 Third 
Pratt George L. box maker, bds Main n Harrison 
Pratt Henry C. planer, bds 315 Main 
Pratt Jabez, box maker, bds Simpson's, Broadway 
Pratt Levi 0. box maker, bds 315 Main 
Pratt William A.. Mrs. millinery, 355 Main,h same 
Preb!e Georgs H. Lieut. U. S." Navy, h Mt. Auburn cor 

D'Wolf 
Prentice Dorcas B. Mrs. h Cambridge n Willow Place 
Prentice Henry H. printer, h Baldwin 

Prentice Robert, (Prentice & King) furnitmre dealer, Har- 
vard, bds Mrs. Russell's, Harvard 
Prentiss Mary Mrs. h North Avenue op Market Bank 
Prentiss Nathaniel, Superintendent Medford Railroad, bds 

Mrs. Prentiss's, North Avenue op Bank 
Presby Charles E. stone mason, bds J. W. Presby's, Orchard 
Presby James W. stone mason, h Orchard 
Presby William, bds J. W. Presby's, Orchard 
Prescott Ebenezer C. wood and coal, Harrison Avenue, h 

101 Spring 
Prescott Harriet, Miss, h Holyoke Place n Mt. Auburn 
Prescott Joel H. (Nutting &) blacksmith, Palmer, h Mt. 

Auburn cor Howard 
Prescott Joseph T. carpenter, h 26 East 
Prescott Josiah H. b pianoforte maker, h Harvard op Elm 
Prescott William P. b machinist, h 91 Spring 
Preston Marshall, assistant clerk, Court, office Court House, 

h Lexington 
Price Abiezer H. clerk, bds Thorndike cor Fifth 
Price Fitzjames, h Lee n Main 
Price Fitzjames, jr. b clerk, 370 Washington, bds Lee n 

Main 
Price James M. stoves and hardware, 25 Cambridge n Sec- 
ond, h Thorndike cor Fifth 
Priest Anna E. teacher Shepard Alphabet School, Brattle, 

bds Mrs. Palmer's, Mt. Auburn junc Arrow 
Priest Benjamin F. painter, bds Mrs. Palmer's, Mt. Au- 
burn junc Arrow 
Priest Edward E. machinist, h Cottage Court 
Prince George W. rope dealer, h Rice 
Prince James II. pyrotechnist, h Hastings n Moore 
Prindibel James, laborer, h Spruce 
Frindibel Thomas, butcher, h Harvey 
pritchett Thomas, b porter, h 12 Windsor 



12 



1 o4 C AMU RIDGE [Q] DIRECTORY. 

Pritchett Thomas, b clerk, h Pleasant n Somerset 
Proctor Benjamin F. cooper, Allston, h same 
Proctor George A. b (Dorr, Proctor Si Co.) grocer, 2 Com- 
merce, h Main n Hancock 
Proctor John A. cooper, bds Allston 
Proudfoot William, glass cutter, h 97 Gore 
Pryor John, clergyman, h Berkeley n Phillips Place 
Puffer Aaron, bds 62 Columbia 

Puffer Gustavus A. b bookkeeper, 22 Exchange, h 02 Co- 
lumbia 
Pugh Richard, glass maker, h Vinen Fourth 
Pttlsifer Bickford, jr. clerk Register of Deeds, h Charlestown 
Pulsifer James W. block tin worker, h 70 Spring 
Pulsifer John S. glass cutter, bds Fourth n Cambridge 
Pulsifer William, b 80 Washington, h Magazine cor Perry 
Punch Philip, grocer, 136 Bridge, h same 
Purcell John, cordwainer, Columbia n Hampshire, h same 
Purser Isaac, elastic cement maker, h Green n Bay 
Putnam George W. glass maker, h 72 Gore 
Putnam John P. (Henry Thayer & Co.) vacuum extracts, 

Main cor Douglass, h North Avenue cor Forest 
Putney Albert, glass maker, h 28 East 
Putney Daniel W r . glass maker, h 48 Gore 
Putney Sylvester, glass maker, h 45 Gore 

Qualey Austin, soap maker, h rear Clark 

Qualey Michael, laborer, h Webster Avenue n Windsor 

Qualey Michael, harness maker, h 116 Bridge 

Quarles Elbridge, grocer, Harvard n Brimmer Block, h same 

Queeny Bridget Mrs. h Dunster n wharf 

Quigley Bernard, blacksmith, h Cambridge cor Webster 

Avenue 
Quigley Bernard, laborer, h Seventh n Otis 
Quigley Philip, teamster, h Garden 
Quimby Amos, pile driver, h Thorndike n Fifth 
Quimby Gilman M. pile driver, h Willow Place 
Quinn Daniel, jig-sawyer, bds 44 Gore 
Quinn Francis, b clerk post office, h Remington n Harvard 
Quinn Henry, laborer, h Cambridge cor Lambert 
Quinn Hugh, gardener, h Broadway n Trowbridge 
Quinn John, teamster, h Suffolk n Norfolk 
Quinn John, laborer, bds J. Morrison's, Windsor 
Quinn John, trader, h Charles n Fifth 
Quinn John, brushmaker, h Charles n Fifth 
Quinn Maurice, laborer, h rear 120 Bridge 
Quinn Maurice, laborer, Ids Bridge 

Quinn Michael, b tinsmith, 223 Endicott, h Coggswell Av- 
enue n Fitchburg R. R. 



CAMBRIDGE [ R, ] DIRECTORY. 135 

Quinn Michael, laborer, h Spruce 

Quinn Patrick, grocer, Fourth n Charles, h same 

Quinn Patrick, teamster, h Pearl n Soap Factory 

Quinn Patrick, laborer, h Third n Charles 

Quinn Patrick, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 

Quinn Sarah Mrs. h Fourth cor Winter 

Quinn Timothy, laborer, h 44 Gore 

Quinn Timothy, laborer, h rear 124 Bridge 

Quinn Timothy, laborer, h Bridge 

Quinn William, laborer, h Fourth n Bridge 

Rafelrst James, laborer, h near Catholic Church, Concord 

Avenue 
Rafferty Bartholomew, laborer, h 4 Broadway 
Rafferty Bernard, cooper, h Cambridge n Willow Place 
Rafferty Hugh, shoemaker, h Willow Place 
Rafferty John, grease collector, h rear Charles Court 
Rafty John, pyrotechnist, h Suffolk 
Rfigan Dennis, candle maker, h Pearl cor Cottage 
Ralph James, servant at H. W. Longfellow's, Brattle, h Fos- 
ter 
Ramsay Alexander H. apothecary, Harvard Square, h Ho!- 

yoke Place 
Ramsay Harvey, cigar maker, h Main cor Pioneer 
Rand Abby Mrs. h Cambridge cor Sumner 
Rand Benjamin Mrs. h Union Square 
Rand Benjamin R. conveyancer, bds 35 Second 
Rand Henry C. b (H. C. Rand & Co.) leather dealer, 45 

Merchants Row, h Elm n Maple 
Rand Howard, teamster, bds Webster Avenue n Windsor 
Rand James Mrs. h Brighton cor Eliot 
Rand John, carpenter, h Clark 

Rand Milton, teamster, bds Webster Avenue n Windsor 
Rand Nathaniel S. carpenter, h Broadway cor Dock 
Rand Oliver J. b (John G. Roberts & Co.) bookbinder, 8 

Water, h Clinton 
Rand Samuel, shoemaker, h North Avenue n Market Bank 
Rand Tertius, teamster, h Lincoln 
Randall Benjamin, carpenter, h 52 Essex 
Randall Catherine Mrs. h Auburn Court 
Randall Daniel, laborer, h Vine n Third 
Randall Jaiucs, b bookkeeper, lids Anhurn Court 
Rankin Andrew S. law student, bds 213 Harvard 
Rasson Anne B. Mrs. h Hampshire n Webster Avenue 
Ray David, rope maker, h Windsor n Cambridge 
Ray Jesse M. cabinet maker, bds Bixby's, Windsor 
Ray John, laborer, h Murdock n Hampshire 
Raybold Walter, glass cutter, h 11<) Otis 



136 CAMBRIDGE [ R, ] DIRECTORY. 

Raybold William, glass maker, h Fourth cor Bridge 

Raymond John C. bds J. T. Raymond's, Erie n Pearl 

Raymond John T. clergyman, h Erie n Pearl 

Raymond Patrick H. b clerk, h Short cor Pleasant 

Raymond William T. clerk, h Fremont n River 

Raymond Zebina L. h Dana cor Broadway 

Rayne George, Superintendent State Arsenel, h Arsenel 

Yard, Garden 
Rayne George W. armorer, bds Arsenel Yard, Garden 
Read Alexander H. b leather, 214 Congress, h Centre n 

Dana 
Read Henry, laborer, h Green n Putnam 
Read James J. b saddlery and harness, 15 Tremont Row, 

bds 195 Harvard 
Read Jerome, b clerk, bds A. H. Read's, Centre n Dana 
Read John, (& Co.) dry goods, Harvard Square, h Garden 

op Common 
Read Joseph S. Mrs. h 195 Harvard 
Read Robert, gardener, h Green n Putnam 
Read William, b (Read & Son) hardware, Faneuil Hall 

Square, h Appleton 
Read William, jr. b (Read & Son) hardware, Faneuil Hall 

Square, b Harvard n Trowbridge 
Ready Phillip, blacksmith, h Columbia btwn Hampshire 

and Cambridge 
Ready Thomas, tailor, h rear 136 Bridge 
Reardun Edmund, (J. Reardon & Son), candle manufac- 
turer, bds Erie n Pearl 
Reardon John, (J. Reardon & Son), candle manufacturer, 

Erie n Pearl, h same 
Redding Abigail R. nurse, h 72 Spring 
Redding Frederick G. b real estate agent, 31 State, bds 

Mrs. Redding's, Rice 
Redding George T. carpenter, bds 126 Spring 
Redding John II. carpenter, bds 126 Spring 
Redding Lucy M. Miss, b school teacher, bds Mrs. Red- 
ding's, Hice 
Redding Margaret K. Mrs. h Rice n Cedar 
Redding Timothy, machinist, h Eaton 
Reddington Ann Mrs. h Eliot n Mt. Auburn 
Reddington Patrick, laborer, h Brighton 
Redfern William, laborer, h Green n Bay 
Redman Curtis, shipmaster, bds Franklin cor Pearl 
Redman Elizabeth G. Mrs. bds Mrs. Bignoll's, 156 Harvard 
Redman Martha E. Mrs. assistant teacher Webster Alphabet 

School, bds Franklin cor Pearl 
Reed Adelaide, assistant teacher Putnam Grammar School, j 

bds 90 Cambridge 



CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 137 

Reed Benjamin, machinist, bcls SnelPs, Bridge 

Reed Edwin, stone cutter, h Vine n Third 

Reed Enos, (& Hobbs) boot and shoe store, 131 Bridge, h 

90 Cambridge 
Reed Enos W. milkman, h Cambridge n Fourth 
Reed Frederick, b upholsterer, bds Franklin cor Pearl 
Reed George, b brass finisher, bds 97 Gore 
Reed George D. bds 30 Second 

Reed James, laborer, bds Gore n Squire's Pork House 
Reed James, jr. b laborer, h Gore op Squire's Pork House 
Reed John, laborer, h West n Lee 
Reed Josiah M. b paper ruler, 82 State, h 31 Front 
Reed Lueinda, Mrs. h 30 Second 
Reed Samuel, laborer, h Dunster n wharf 
Reed Stephen, iunholder, Bridge junc Gore 
Reed William, b usher Brimmer School, h Williams 
Reehal James laborer, h 12 Short, Ward 3 
Reeves Benjamin F. b hairdresser, h Hancock n Green 
Reeves Frank W. b bookkeeper, 60 Franklin, h Broadway n 

Windsor 
Regal Victor, glass maker, h Second n Gore 
Regan Patrick, melter, at Kinsley's, bds 2 Washington 
Regan Patrick, laborer, h Bridge 

Regan Patrick, soap maker, h Bridge op Flanders's Ex- 
change 
Rehal James, jr. glass maker, h 21 Winter 
Riid Andrew, Mrs. h Hamilton 
Remie Anne C. Mrs. h Sparks n Concord Avenue 
Remie Marcus, carpenter, bds Mrs. Remie's, Sparks 
Remick Jacob E. cattle trader, bds Mason's, Spruce 
Remick John, (Lemon, Fields & Co.) bookbinder, Riverside, 

h Ten pie cor Main 
Revalion Jane A. Mrs. h Davis n- Broadway 
Revalion John 1). b hairdresser, 187 Blackstor.e, h 40 West- 
ern Avenue 
Reynolds Caroline Mrs. h Windsor n Webster Avenue 
Reynolds Daniel, shoemaker, Hastings, h same 
Rhoades Josiah R. curpenter, h D'YVolt'n Mt. Auburn 
Rhoades Marc i a L. Miss, dressmaker, at Gale's, School 

Court 
Rhoades Silas. (Blodgct & Rhoades), carpenter, h Norfolk 

n Broadway 
Rhoades Solomon, conductor U. R. R. bds Harvard n Dana 

EUc Curtis, carpenter, li 64 Auburn 

Rice Cyrus, trader li Divinity Avenue 

Rice Edward II. l> clerk, 18 Devonshire, bds P>:} Spring 

anklin II. bookbinder, bds 54 Auburn 
Rice George, i> 99 Lowell, h 63 Spring 

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138 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 

Rice George G. farmer, h North Avenue n Hollifl 
llice George L. b clerk, 18 Devonshire, bdfl 63 Spring 
Rice George W. b merchandize broker, h Inman d Broad- 
way 
Rice Henry D. b salesman, bds Main 
Rice Homer, b (& Co.) hatter, G2 Federal, bds Market cor 

Clark 
Rice James B. policeman, h 65 Sixth 
Rice James B. jr. b clerk, bds 65 Sixth 
Rice John, jr. milkman, h 32 Fourth 
Rice John E. b glass cutter, bds Fourth n Cambridge 
Rice John F. farmer, bds J. H. Rice's, North Avenue cor 

Spruce 
Rice John S. b tin plate worker, bds Rice's, Main 
Rice Joseph H. farmer, h Xorth Avenue cor Spruce 
Rice Mary £. assistant teacher Webster Grammar School, 

bds Mrs. Fogg's, Broadway 
Rice Moses M. trader, h Brattle cor Lowell 
Rice Peter, trader, li Main op Irving House 
Rice Thomas C. b painter, 41 Congress, h 38 Franklin 
Rice Thomas G h Austin op Temple 
Rich Catherine Mrs. h 151 Bridge 
Richard Michael, laborer, h Spruce 
Richards Benjamin F. upholsterer, bds Mrs. Richards's 
Richards Darius M. carpenter, h Allston n Pearl 
Richards Darius P. box maker, bds Rice's, Main 
Richards Gardner W. box maker, bds 111 Harvard 
Richards John A. painter, h River n Jay 
Richards Joseph L. printer, bds Rice's, Main 
Richards Joseph R. b architect, 46 Court, h Cambridge n 

Sumner 
Richards Mary G. Mrs. h Western Avenue n Putnam 
Richards Rufus, laborer, at M. Warren's, Fayerweather 
Richardson Benjamin, b 114 Washington, bds Brattle cor 

James 
Richardson Benjamin F. b musical instrument maker, 26 

Washington, h 2d Arbor, Norfolk 
Richardson Catherine, assistant teacher Harvard Grammar 

School, bds Broadway cor Columbia 
j Richardson Charles B. b dry goods, Ha lover cor Blackstone, 

h 49 Prospect 
Richardson Charles E. b Receiving Teller Granite Bank, bds 

.Main n Dana 
Richardson Charles H. (Sanderson & Richardson), grocer, 

Harvard cor Holyoke, h Mt. Auburn n Holyoke 
Richardson David W. farmer, North Avenue cor Cedar 
Richardson Edward, Cashier Cambridge City Bank, h Main 

n Dana 



CAMBRIDGE [ R, ] DIRECTORY. 139 

Richardson Edwin F. mason, h rear 17 Cherry 
Richardson George C. b (Richardson & Dean), commission 

merchant, 27 Federal, h Harvard cor Inman 
Richardson George E. b (Tilton, Gregory & Richardson), 

dry goods, 2d Federal, bds Harvard cor Inman 
Richardson George E. b (Merritt&) 1 Faneuil Hall Square, 

h 27 Cherry 
Richardson GeorgeE. clerk, bds Brewer's, Howard 
Richardson James, travelling salesman, bds C. Fellows's, 

Franklin n Pleasant 
Richardson James P. attorney, Lamson's Block, Main, h 21 

Western Avenue cor Pleasant 
Richardson Lorenzo, machinist, h Village n State 
Richardson Robert P. S. mason, h Columbia btwn Hamp- 
shire and Cambridge 
Richardson Royal, b broker, h Wendall n North Avenue 
Richardson Samuel W. Deputy Sheriff, Cambridge cor Sec- 
ond, h 120 Cambridge 
Richardson Sarah, Mrs. h Magazine cor Somerset Place 
Richardson Walcott, h North Avenue n Cedar 
Richardson William T. (Richardson & Gooch) coal dealer, 

College Wharf, h Trowbridge 
Richert Frederick, cabinet maker, h 99 Vine 
Richmond xlnna, Mrs. h Craigie n Concord Avenue 
Richmond John, h Leighton Court 
Richmond John W. glass maker, bds Leighton Court 
Richmond William H. machinist, bds^ Leighton Court 
Richter Theodore, fishing rod maker, h 40 Windsor 
Ricker Jerediah, carpenter, River junc Western Avenue, h 

River cor Williams 
Ricker Luther P. carpenter, h Green n Hancock 
Ricker Melvin, clerk, 417 Main, bds same 
Ricker Moses, carpenter, River junc Western Avenue, h 

River cor Auburn 
Ricker Moses, teamster, Winter n Fourth 
Ricker Sabrina, Miss, dressmaker, bds B. P. Clarke's, 

Franklin 
Ricker Veasey P. grocer, Harvard cor Clark, h Windsor cor 

Market 
Rider Godfrey, jr. b Custom House, h 5 Norfolk 
Riggs William F. carpenter, h 294 Main 
Riley Bartholomew, laborer, h Third n Cambridge 
Riley Bridge! Mrs. h Vine n Fourth 
Riley George W. T. b bookkeeper, h Otis n Fifth 
Riley Jeremiah, laborer, b Brick Alloy, North 
Riley John, laborer, h Somerset n Pleasant 
Riley Patrick, teamster, h Somerset 
Riley Patrick, junk dealer, h Webster Avenue n Windsor 



140 CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 



Riley Patrick, laborer, h near Tuttle 

Riley Peter, laborer, h Charles Street Court 

Riley Simon, carpenter, h Main n Harrison 

Riley Thomas, watchman, bds McCabe's, School 

Riley William J. b gilder, h Webster Avenue 

Rindge Daniel, carpenter, h 3 Third 

Rindge Samuel B. b (Parker, Wilder & Co.) 67 Federal, h 

Harvard cor Dana 
Rinn Henry, carpenter, h 9 Brooks's Buildings 
Ring Hiram C. driver Union R. R. h Gerry 
Ring Henry C. driver Union R. R. bds 1 Lambert Avenue 
Riple Casper, b brass founder, h 1 Brooks's Buddings 
Ripley Ezra, (Ripley & Folsum) attorney, Cambridge, bds 

Mrs. Pomroy's, Frisbie Place 
Ripley Jerome, bds Mrs. Hurd's, Holyoke 
Ripley William, h 10 Holyoke 
Ripley Richard J. b clerk, h Pearl n Erie 
Rivers Isaac H. carpenter, h 71 Columbia 
Rivers Joseph J. varnisher, h 79 Spring 
Rix William P. carpenter, bis Reed's Tavern, Gore 
Roach John, laborer, h Spruce 
Ptoach John, plasterer, h Dunster cor South 
Roach Martin, glass maker, bds Charles n Fifth 
Roach Patrick, laborer, at Almshouse 
Roach Richard, h Charles n Fifth 
Roach William, bookbinder, h Hampshire op Portland 
Roaf Robert N. clothing, furnishing goods, hats and caps, 

Main n Pearl, op Cambridge Bank, h same 
Roan Thomas, machinist, h Summer cor Amory 
Robbins Elvina, Miss, dressmaker, bds 11 Norfolk 
Robbins George W. b umbrella, 33 Court, h Columbia n 

Worcester 
Robert John, cabinet maker, h Third n Charles 
Roberts Alfred A. conductor Union R. R. h Gerry cor Chap 

man Place 
Roberts Anna E. Miss, dressmaker, h Main op City Hall 
Roberts Benjamin W. Master Allston Grammar School, 

Board man, h River n Kinnard 
Roberts Hiram, laborer, h Cambridge n Willow Place 
Roberts John, organ builder, Main op Harrison, h Front 

Street Court 
Robertson Edward, carpenter, bds 49 Market 
Robeson Thomas R. Mrs. h Kirkland Place 
Rubins Francis, pianoforte maker, h Market 
Robinson Alden, engineer, h 50 Thorndike 

>n Charles, patent agent, h River n Auburn 
Robinson Charles, grocer, Charles, bds Charles cor Third 



CAMBRIDGE [R] DIRECTORY. 141 

Russ Alamando B. carpenter, h 60 Cambridge 

Robinson Converse L. pianoforte maker, bds Clough's, 60 
Columbia 

Robinson Elijah, b clerk, h Cottage n Pearl 

Robinson George, bds Kirkland Place 

Robinson James, h Williams n Magazine 

Robinson James B. stone cutter, h 48 Fifth 

Robinson Joel, blacksmith, Gore n Bridge, h rear 61 Cam- 
bridge 

Robinson John, glass maker, h Seventh n Thorndike 

Robinson John P. attorney, h Brattle cor Appian Way 

Robinson Margaret Mrs. h Lincoln Court 

Robinson William, machinist, bds 342 Main 

Robinson William B. bds Williams n Magazine 

Robinson William D. toll collector, Brookline Bridge, h Pearl 
n Chestnut, Ward 2 

Roby Mary G. Mrs. h 80 Gore 

Roby Warren G. b clerk, bds Otis cor Sixth 

Roby William H. carver, h Otis cor Sixth 

Rockwood Edward 0. b clerk, Exchange Bank, bds 86 
Austin 

Rockwood Nathaniel J. b clerk, h 86 Austin 

Rockwood Otis, clergyman, h 86 Austin 

Rodan Patrick, b tailor, h Kinnard n Western Avenue 

Rogers Benjamin C. b 165 Blackstone, h Pleasant cor Green 

Rogers Benjamin F. b ship chandler, Commercial Wharf, 
h Lee n Main 

Rogers John P. b hardware, 71 and 73 Federal, h Shepard 
cor Avon 

Rogers Levi, laborer, h Fourth n Winter 

Rogers Mulford, fish dealer, Cambridge n Fourth, bds Sev- 
enth cor Thorndike 

Rogers Patrick C. cooper, h 54 Pearl 

Rogers William A. b painter, h Green n Hancock 

Rohde Charles T. shoe store, Brattle Square, bds Rohde's, 
347 Main 

Rohde Joseph, shoe dealer, 347 Main, h same 

Rollins Amos P. carpenter, h 15 Auburn Court 

Rollins Nicholas F. carpenter, Pleasant n City Hall, h Pearl 

Rollins Oscar, blacksmith, h Chapman Place 

Rome Caroline, Mrs. h Lincoln Court 

Roper Thomas, carpenter, h Elm n Hampshire 

Ropes Hardy, b 25 Lewis Wharf, h 560 Main 

Rosa Antonio P. hairdresser, bds ; >7 Cambridge 

Rosa is mo, laborer, h Sargent 

Roscoe .James T. cabinet maker, h Otis n Seventh 

Rose Lewis, Laborer, li Dublin 

Rosenberg Joseph, glass cutter, h 53 Gore 



112 ( ami; B IDG E [R] DIRECTORY. 



Rosenberg Vendell, glass cutter, b 23 Gore 

Ross David, teamster, h Foster n Willard 

Ross Edward, blacksmith, h Bridge op Water 

Ross Hugh, mason, h Vine cor Fifth 

Ross Michael, laborer, h Charles n Third 

Ross Munro, b grainer, 115 Court, h River op Williams 

Ross Robert, teamster, h Gerry 

Ross William, block tin worker, h Vine n Third 

Ross William W. pedler, h Hancock op Green 

Rounds Benjamin T. b mason, h 34 Pearl 

Rourk Gamaliel P. grocer, 36 Washington, h 38 Washington 

Rourk Henry, laborer, h 120 Bridge 

Rourk James, straw pedler, bds 71 School 

Rourk Lawrence, laborer, h Harvard n Main 

Rourk Peter, brass moulder, bds 71 School 

Rourke Jeremiah, laborer, h North n East 

Rowe Andrew, teamster, h 15 Auburn 

Rowe Hiram, stone cutter, bds Mrs. Maxwell's, Bridge 

Rowe Hugh, stone cutter, h Green n Putnam 

Rowe Isaac F. Mrs. h 3 Everett 

Rowe James S. b gilder, h V2Z Thorndike 

Rowe Noah, farmer, h Linnsean n Avon 

Rowe Peter, stone cutter, h on marsh n D'Wolf 

Rowell Ephraim Q. mason, h Kinnard n Western Avenue 

Roy George B. printer, bds Harrison Place 

Roy John, teamster, Lambert n Gore 

Roys John B carpenter, h 122 Spring 

Rudolph David, baker, h Vine n Third 

Rugg Henry W. clergyman, bds 94 Otis 

Rugg George H. clerk, bds 149 Harvard 

Rugg Josiah N. stationer, h 42 Western Avenue 

Ruggles W r illiam, cabinet maker, h Harvard op Brimmer 
Block 

Ruhiing Frederick, cabinet maker, h Hampshire junc Broad- 
way 

Rumrill Rebecca, Mrs. h Cherry n Harvard 

Rundlet Taylor M. b Custom House, h Broadway n Prospect 

Runnels James, laborer, h Spruce 

Runey Edward, laborer, at J. F. Gilman-'s, Bridge, h 
Gharlestown 

Runey Elizabeth, Mrs. h Tuttle 

Runey Michael, laborer, h Brookline 

Runey Patrick laborer, h Mt. Auburn n Sparks 

Runey Samuel S. b earthen ware dealer, h 68 Spring 

Rankle John D. computer, and Editor Mathematical Month- 
ly, Waterhouse cor Follen, h Dedham 

Rupp George, real estate and insurance agent, 469 Main, h 
Orchard op Church 



CAMBRIDGE [ R ] DIRECTORY. 143 



Russ Augustus, b (Park &) attorney, 14 Tremont, bds 

Brookline cor Green 
Russ Charles B. h State 

Russ Charles E. b tin plate worker, h Pearl cor Green 
Russ Daniel, h 6 Brookline 
Russ George L. b artist, h Union n Hampshire 
Russ Harriet M. Mrs. h 6 Union 
Russell Amos W. baker, h 75 Spring 

Russell Bradford, attorney, Charlestown, bds Brattle House 
Russell Charles, vegetable pedler, h 38 Tremont 
Russell Charles D. printer, h Winthrop cor Eliot 
Russell Charles J. b (John Merrill & Co.) broker, 33 Ex- 
change, h Avon 
Russell Charles L. printer, h 4 Green 

Russell Charles T. b counsellor, 27 State, h Sparks n Brattle 
Russell Charles T. teamster, bds Reed's Tavern, Gore 
Russell Edward G. clergyman, bds Mrs. Stewart's, Eliot 
Russell Edward II. mariner, h 294 Main 
Russell Eleanor E. Miss, principal Boardman Alphabet 

School, bds Brown's, Lincoln 
Russell George S. b produce dealer, 3 Merchants Row, h 

Norfolk n Harvard 
Russell Henry B. clerk, h 68 Columbia 
Russell John T. machinist, h 5 Brooks's Buildings 
Russell Joseph, laborer, h Broadway n Antrim 
Russell Levi E. b shoe and leather store, 9 Pearl, h Kirk- 
land cor Baldwin 
Russell Nathan, shoe dealer, Main op Essex, h 1 Auburn 

Court 
Russell Nathan, jr. b Messenger Revere Bank, bds 1 Auburn 

Court 
Russell Samuel R. b engraver, 5Lindall, bds Pearl cop Wat- 
son 
Russell Solomon P, refreshment saloon, North Avenue n 

Porter's, h Spruce n Cedar 
Russell Thomas, Mrs. h 1 Main op Quincy 
Russell William, paper pedler, \\ 2d Arbor, Norfolk 
Russell William B. keeper Brattle House, Brattle Square 
Russell W illiam W. mason, h Spruce d Cedar 
Rust Thomas A. h Broadway n Prospect 
Ruston Thomas, glass maker, h Lincoln n Livermore 
Rutledge George E. cabinet maker, h Valentine em- Brook- 
line 
Ryan Charles II. carpenter, h Tuttle q Concord Avenue 
Ryan James, plumber, h Gore n Fourth 
Ryan Matthew, laborer, bds J. Daily's, North Avenue 
Ryan Michael, 1) tailor, h 1 1 2 Cambridge 

Ryan Thomas, laborer, h Webster Avenue □ (lark 



144 CAMBltlJXJE [S] DIEECIOBY. 

Ryan Thomas F. carpenter, li Tuttle 

Ryan William A. coach maker, h Cedar n It 

Ryder Enoch, shipmaster, b Market op Union 

Ryder George E.b (Ryder & Hardy) 63 Commercial, h 11 

Tremont 
Ryder George G. b (Ryder & Hardy) ship chandler, 63 

Commercial, h Broadway n Prospect 
Ryder Richard, shipmaster, h 9 Tremont 
Ryder Salathiel N. grocer, Hampshire cor Inman, h same 

Sacre Alfred, glass engraver, bds Debuff's, Sixth 
Sackrider Charles H. b (Whicher, Sackrider & Co.) flour 

dealer, Charlestown, h Orchard 
Safford Aaron H. b (Safford, Ames & Co.) dry goods, 19 

Milk, h Prospect n Broadway 
Safford Eleanor, teacher Dunster Primary School, bds T. II. 

Safford 's, Belmont 
Safford Truman H. keeper Mt. Auburn Gate, h Belmont 
Safford Truman H. jr. assistant at Observatory, h Avon 
Safford William H. bookkeeper at H. 0. Houghton's, River- 
side, h Harrison Place n North Avenue 
Sage Lewis, bds Mrs. HunnewelPs, Milk n Union Square 
Salisbury Samuel, h 50 Gore 
Saltmarsh John F. stone cutter, at J. F. Gilman's, Bridge, 

bds Charlestow r n 
Sampson George L. clerk, bds 48 Magazine 
Sampson William P. shoe dealer, Douglass' Block, Main, h 

48 Magazine 
Sanborn Ambrose, machinist, h 18 East 
Sanborn Amos C. (& Co.) b 31 State, (A. C. Sanborn, Hiram 

A. Kemp, James F. Sanborn) Sanborn's Wharf, Bridge, 

h Magazine cor Willow 
Sanborn Charles A. butcher, h North Avenue cor Meaeham 
Sanborn George 0. b clerk, bds Magazine cor Willow 
Sanborn Frank, machinist, bds 315 Main , 

Sanborn Irving, teamster, bds S. W. Burpee's, Columbia 
Sanborn James F. b (A. C. Sanborn & Co.) granite dealer, 

31 State, Sanborn's "NVfiarf, Bridge, bds Magazine cor 

Willow 
Sanborn Joshua S. clerk, bds S. Sanborn's, Broadway, L. P. 
Sanborn Lyman F. clerk, bds Magazine cor Willow 
Sanborn Samuel, laborer, bds Watts's, Daniels' Court 
Sanborn Stephen, policeman, h Broadway L. P. 
Sanborn Sulvilyer H. b bookbinder, h Walnut n Magazine 
Sanders Charles, h Frisbie Place 
Sanders Henry, expressman, h Washington n Main 
Sanders Joseph B carpenter, h Austin cor School 
Sanders Samuel, carpenter, h Market cor Clark 



CAMBRIDGE [&] DIRECTORY. 145 

Sanders Thomas J. glass blower, h Thorndike n Eighth 
Sanderson Charles, b liquors, Merrimack, h Pioneer Court 

n Main, L. P. 
Sanderson Charles C. (Sanderson & Richardson) grocer, 

Harvard corner Holyoke, h Winthrop n Holyoke 
Sanderson Ede, h Winthrop n Eliot 

Sanderson Elbridge L. pyrotechnist, bds Broadway House 
Sanderson Isaac, laborer, h 32 Cherry 
Sanderson Joseph, Chief of Police, h School Court 
Sands Benjamin F. bds J. L. Sands, Wyeth cor Garden 
Sands George M. hairdresser, Brighton n Harvard Square, 

h School Court 
Sands Ivory, laborer, h Putnam n Western Avenue- 
Sands John L. brickmaker, h Garden cor Wyeth 
Sanford William J. tallow dealer, Windsor n Cambridge, h 

Lincoln cor Windsor 
Sanger Lewis, watchman, h Village cor State 
Sanger Warren, Cashier Market Bank, h Chester cor Or- 
chard, Somerville 
Sargeant Esther, Mrs. h Mason cor Phillips Place 
Sargent George H. b stationer, 16 State, h Pine n Harvard 
Sargent Gustavus F. b (Whiten, Bartlett & Co.) druggist, 

40 and 42 Commercial, h Lee n Main 
Sargent John, President Cambridge Water Works, Office 

Main cor Douglass, h Broadway n Tremont 
Sargent John D. refreshment rooms on West Boston 

Bridge, bds Broadway n Tremont 
Sargent Solomon, trader, h near junc Main and Mt. Auburn 
Sarshfield Mary Mrs. h North, n East 
Saul William H. b tailor, 32 Milk, h 61 Columbia 
Saunders Charles H. b hardware, 34 Union, h Everett 
Saunders Francis E. dry goods, Harvard Block, h North 

Avenue n Everett 
Saunders George S. b (Johonnot & Saunders) hardware, 21 

Dock Square, h Follen cor Concord Avenue 
Saunders Horace F. b 25 Kilby, upstairs, bds Garden n 

Appian Way 
Saunders William, h Garden n Appian Way 
Saunders William A b 25 Kilby, upstairs, h North Avenue 

n Forest 
Savage Abraham, N. England Gliss Works, h 138 Otis 
Savage Edward, b marble cutter, h 51 Pearl 
Savage James M. carpenter, li Fifth n Cambridge 
Savage John, b clerk, b 66 (Jure 

Savage John, jr. Cashier Lechmere Bank, h Prospect, Som- 
erville 
Savage Patrick II marble manufacturer, Main op Austin, 

h 315 Main 

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146 CAMBRIDGE [S] I> IRK (TORT. 



Savage William II. daguerreotypist, bds 138 Oris 
Savoy William 13. laborer, h Columbia d Hampshire 

Sawin Daniel W. II. expressman . h Mt. Auburn c« r Gerry 
Sawin George W. grain and meal st re, Harvard n Harvard 

Square, h 1 Lambert Avenue 
Sawin Moses M. expressman, h 12 Holyoke 

Sawin Nathaniel D. b commission merchant, 41 and 43 Quin- 

cy Market, h North Avenue n Everett 
Sawin Sarah. Mrs. h North Avenue op Common 
Sawin Sullivan, laborer, bds Jones's, Chauncy 
Sawin Sullivan O. expressman, bds Jones's, I hauncy 
Sawyer Charles A. painter, bda 72 Columbia 
Sawyer Eleanor, Mrs. h 14 Sixth 
Sawyer Ellen M. assistant teacher Shepard Alphabet School, 

bds Holyoke cor Mt. Auburn 
Sawyer Eusebius, grocer, Columbia, h 72 Columbia 
Sawyer George E. painter, bds 72 Columbia 
Sawyer George M. brush maker, h 66 River 
Sawyer Jabez A. b attorney, 42 Court, h Elm n Maple 
Sawyer Jesse L. painter, Main, n Universalis! Church, h 

Prospect n Hampshire 
Sawyer John J. assistant clerk Court, office, Court House, 

Third, h Somerville 
Sawyer John S. mastic roofer, 373 Main, h 45 Auburn 
Saywer Josiah, shoe dealer, Brookline, h Auburn cor Brook- 
line 
Sawyer Lucy T. Mrs. h Holyoke cor Mt. Auburn 
Sawyer Marry, dressmaker, h Columbia cor Harvard 
Sawyer Patience, Mrs. h Holyoke cor Mt. Auburn 
Sawyer Ripha A. machinist, h 31 Sixth 
Sawyer Samuel 0. b sawyer, bds 14 Fifth 
Sawyer Thomas P. soap maker, bds Columbia c or Harvaid 
Sawyer William H. soap manufacturer, bds 72 Columbia 
Saxton Patrick, grocer, Third, h 117 Bridge 
Sayles Ezekiel W. car inspector, h 24 East 
Scagel Hiram, hackman, h rear 403 Main 
Scales True, b mason, 101 Blackstone, h 14 Austin 
Scanlan 1'enedict, manufacturer of sewing machines, bds 53 

Es=ex 
Scanlan James, tailor, Lamson's Block, Main, h 58 Essex 
Scanlan Joseph F. jeweller, Main cor Norfolk, bds 58 Essex 
Scanlan Patrick, laborer, h Spruce 

m Timothy, tailor, Third n Cambridge, h same 
Scanlan "William, laborer, h Brighton n Eliot 
Soannell John. lab< rer, h Mellen n North Avenue 
Schaefer William R. b gunsmith, 11 Dock Square, h Chest- 
nut 
Schell Joseph, bra ?s founder, h Washington 



CAMBRIDGE [ S ] DIRECTORY. 147 

Schlag Wilmar, pocket-book maker, h Pleasant n Somerset 

Shaunessy Michael, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 

Schmitt George A. instructor in German H. U. Room 25 

College House 
Schmidt William, pocket book maker, at Denton & Wood's, 

h Magazine Street Court 
Shneider Charles, upholsterer, h Sixth cor Spring 
Schubarth Martinius L. printer, h Walnut n Pearl 
Schwarzwaelder John, cabinet maker, h Eighth n Otis 
Shultz Henry, b junk dealer, 197 Congress, h 9 Cherry 
Shultze Frederick, cabinet maker, h 99 Vine 
Scott Benjamin, carpenter, h Green n Pleasant 
Scott Frank N. clerk, h rear 75 Spring 
Scott John, mariner, h 76 School 
Scott John W. A. artist, h Pleasant cor Cottage 
Scott Robert T. waiter, h 80 Washington 
Scott Thomas, stone cutter, h Vine n Third 
Scribner John W. freight master Lowell R. R. h 20 East 
Scudder Alexander, b wharfinger, 125 Commercial, h 35 

River 
Scudder Joseph, carpenter, bds Tarbox's, Fifth 
Sculley William, laborer, h Harvard n Brimmer Block 
Seagar Samuel, glass maker, h rear Winter n Third 
Searles John, shipmaster, h 11 Sixth 
Sears David, laborer, h n brickyard 
Seaver Isaac, brush maker, h Seventh n Thorndike 
Sea veins George W. pianoforte action maker, at D. Osborn's, 

State, h 39 Magazine 
Seavey Orrin, b assistant messenger, Custom House, h 33 

Claak 
Seavey Theodore H. (Seavey & Brown), grocer, Main cor 

River, bds 559 Main 
Seaward George W. bds Harrison Place 
Seelye Jacob C. sewing machine manufacturer, Bridge cor 

Third, h 117 Cambridge 
Seelye Jane Mrs. h rear 87 Thorndike 
Seelye Norman, machinist, Bridge, h rear 87 Thorndike 
Seger Joseph, b varnisher, h Seventh n Otis 
Seiberlich Lewis, glass maker, h Cambridge cor Windsor 
Belman George W. brushraaker, bds 1 \ Sixth 
Senderg Frederick, bookbinder, h 269 Main 
Sennott Samuel, (Harding &) mason, h Meilen n North 

Avenue 
Sessions Lucy Mrs. teacher private school, h Mt. Auburn 

e<,r Howard 
Sevens Nahum, laborer, h 408 Main 
Sever Charles W. (\ Frano : e) bookseller, Harvard Square, 

lids Dunster oor Mt. Auburn 



148 OAMBBIDGE |S| D11EOT01T. 

Severance Charles H. printer, bis Western Avenue n How- 
ard, Ward 2 

Severance Horace M. printer, h Kinnard n River 

Severance Roswell, printer, h Kinnard n River 

Shackford Bailey, conductor Union R. R. bds B. P. Wveth's, 
Brattle 

Shackford Charles, conductor, Union R. R. bds Lambert 
Avenue n Porter's Station 

Shackford Leonard, conductor, Union R. R. h Shepard n 
Avon 

Shackley Ebenezer, (Thurston, Hall & Co.) baker, h Cam- 
bridge n Prospect 

Shackley' Edmund, bds D. H. Thurston's, 95 Norfolk 

Shackley Owen, baker, h 21 Worcester 

Shannon John, laborer, u 84 Third 

Sharkey Patrick, bds Fitzpatrick's, 8 Gore 

Sharkey James, blacksmith, h Elm n Cambridge 

Shattuck David, machinist, h Cherry cor Harvard 

Shattuck Moses C. soap maker, b Is T. M. Davis's, School 

Shaw George S. b 56 State, h Kirkland Place 

Shaw Lewis, carpenter, h Livermore 

Shaw Thomas, laborer, h Webster Avenue 

Shea Ambrose, b printer, bds Mrs. Shea'?, Hampshire 

Shea Cornelius, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 

Shea Dennis, laborer, h W r yeth cor Tuttle 

Shea Dennis, engineer, h School 

Shea Dennis, laborer, h Granger's Yard, Bridge 

Shea Jeremiah, laborer, h Eliot 

Shea Dennis, laborer, h Winthrop n Brighton 

Shea John, laborer, h Sparks 

Shea John, laborer, h Brighton n Harvard Square 

Shea John, tinsmith, h South n Brighton 

Shei Julia Mrs. 6 North 

Shea Maria Mrs h on marsh, Hampshire n R. R. crossing 

Shea Michael, laborer, h Mt. Auburn 

Shea Patrick, b tailor, h 7 Vine 

Shea Patrick, grocer, Hampshire, h same 

Shea Timothy, laborer, h rear 120 Bridge 

Shean William, machinist, h Sixth n Otis 

Shearer James W. b clerk, 42 Canal, bds J. S. Paine's, 
Dana cor Centre 

Shearer John, engineer, Cambridge n Chemical Works 

Shearer Leona.d B. b (Shearer & Pa : ne) furniture, 42 Canal, 
h Dana cor Centre 

Shedd Alonzo, b locksmith, h Baldwin 

Sheen John, blacksmith, Cambridge n Elm, h Columbia n 
Somerville 

Sheen John, laborer, h Cedar n North Avenue 



CAMBRIDGE fS] DIRECTORY. 149 

Sheen Patrick, laborer, h Webster Avenue n Cambridge 
Sheen Thomas, shoemaker, h Hancock cor Harvard 
Sheen William, blacksmith, h near D'Wolf 
Shehan Catherine, Mrs. h 16 North 
Shehan Jeremiah, laborer, h Spruce 
Shehan John, blacksmith, h Columbia n Cambridge 
Shehan Patrick, boiler maker, bds Williams's, Hampshire 
Shehan Patrick, boiler maker, h 77 School 
Shehan William, blacksmith, h Charles River 
Shells James, plasterer, h Dublin 
Sheldon James, painter and glazier, h rear 56 River 
Shelley Bridget, Mrs. h Garden n Sands's brickyard 
Shelton Patrick, gardener, h Fourth n Vine 
Shepard Eliza P. Mrs. h 16 Moore 
Shepard Jared, b clerk Suffolk Bank, h 41 Spring 
Shepard William, brass finisher, h 4 State 
Shepherd Alexander F. laborer, h Harvard Square 
Shepherd Franklin C. b millinery, 19 Hanover, hl3 Broad- 
way n Pioneer 
Shepherd Obed C. c*rpen f er, h Otis Place 
Shepherd Sumner P.* (Barrage, Shepherd & Co.) lumber 

dealer, Broadway, L. P. h Sacramento 
Sherburne Reuben, b window and door glass, 87 Friend, h 

Fayette n Cambridge 
Sherdan James, laborer, h North n East 
Sheridan Owen, charcoal pedler, h 101 Bridge 
Sherman Elijah, machinist, h 61 Third 
Sherriff Charles H. brush maker, h 67 Third 
Sherriff John, brush maker, bds 43 Thorndike 
Sherriff John L. b (Sherriff and Eastham) brush maker. 22 

Exchange, Factory Main, h 43 Thorndike 
Sherriff Langdon, brush maker, bds 25 Cambridge 
Shields Ann .Mrs. h rear 5 Vine 
Shields Owen, teamster, h rear 5 Vine 
Shiner Alfred, glass cutter, h 26 Winter 
Shorey John II. safe builder, bds Spring cor Eighth 
Shorey Timothy, bridge builder, h 97 Vine 
Shorfenburg Sarah A. Mrs. h 93 Gore 
Short Matthew, h s l School . 
Shultz James, clerk, h Green n Western A.venue 
Shulz Frederick, cabinet m ker, h 1 16 Thorndike 
Siae William,!) (R.Tute& Co.) tea dealer, 16 South Market, 

li Inm m 
Sibley John L. Librarian, II. (J. rooms 15 Divinity Hall 
Siller Hen y J, brass finisher, h 63 Third 
Silver clinic- W. sash and blind maker, bds 28 Cherry 
Simmons Samuel, veterinary surgeon, h Garden n W'veth 
S monds Elvira Mrs. h 22 Worcester 

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150 CAMBRIDGE [ S ] DIRECTORY. 



Simonds Joseph, b dry goods, 87 Cambridge, h Prospect n 

Gardner 
Simpson Bartlett, (W. E. & B. Simpson) box mak^r, Broad- 
way, h 2o Broadway 
Simpson John C. painter, h Putnam 

Simpson Paul R. box maker, bda Broadway n G. J. R. R. 
Simpson William, cigar maker, bds Irving House 
Simpson Willard E. (W. E. & B. Simpson) box maker, 

Broadway, L. P. h Broadway n G. J. R. R. 
Sinnott Edward, carriage smith, h Palmer 
Siou Edward, teacher of French, h Thorndike cor Sixth 
Skahan Thorn s, laborer, h Tuttle 
Skane William, laborer, h Race Course n Spruce 
Skeen William H. laborer, h Baldwin Court n Baldwin 
Skelley Elizabeth Mrs. h 43 Winter 
Skelley Edward F. glass maker, bds 43 Winter 
Skelley John W r . glass maker, bds 43 Winter 
Skinner Charles A. clergyman, h 34 Windsor 
Skinner Martha, Miss, principal Allston Middle School, bds ■ 

34 "Windsor 
Skinner Samuel F. (Luke &) wood and coal dealer, Main, 

L. P. h Sumner 
Skivington Patrick, chemist, h Charles Court 
Slack Asa, pedler, bds 120 Thorndike 
Slater Luther, b cordage and twine, 83 Commercial, h 

Prospect cor Gardner 
Slatterly Michael, stone cutter, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Sleeper Solomon S. b (Sleeper, Dickinson & Co.) grocer, 

165 Milk, h North Avenue n Forest 
Sloan Robert, harness maker, h North Avenue 
Sloan Robert ML harness maker, Bridge, bds Smith's, Main 
Slocomb Charles E. mason, h Gore n Somerville 
Slocomb Emmons, carpenter, h Seventh n Otis 
.Slocomb Mary Mrs. h Harvard cor Pine ' 

Slocomb Samuel, agent Bay State Glass Co. h 71 Otis 
Sloey Patrick, laborer, h n Dublin 

Small Benjamin, b freight master Lowell R. R. h Sacramento 
Small Benjamin A. clerk, h 1 Wendall n Somerville 
Small Francis E. depot master, bds Parker's, Third 
Smallidge Charles H. ladder maker, bds Parker's, Third 
Smallidge Jeremiah \Y. carpenter, h Otis n Sixth 
Smallidge Lucretia Mrs. h 54 Thorndike 
Smart Don Carlos, wood turning and sawing, State n Main, 

h Main n State 
Smart Gustavus A b wood turning and sawing, bds Main 

junc Austin 
Smiley James, b pianoforte varnisher, 409 Washington, 

bds 64 Washington 



CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 151 

Smith Adam C. baker, h Hampshire cor Prospect 

Smith Alonzo R. (Newton &) provisions, Union Square n 

Porter's Station, h Walden n North Avenue 
Smith Alpheus K. clerk, bds Mason's, Windsor 
Smith Ainos D. foreman at Kinsley's, h 68 Harvard 
Smith Amos, h 124 Harvard 

Smith Alvah C. Master Webster Grammar School, h Wil- 
liams cor Magazine 
Smith Atwood B. Mrs. h Auburn n Brookline 
Smith Benjamin G. b (Smith Brothers & Foster) hardware, 

113 Milk, h Fayerweather 
Smith Bradford W. fancy bread, Gore n Third, h same 
Smith Calvin C plumber, h Pearl n Perry 
Smith Calvin S. glass cutter, h 97 Otis 
Smith Catherine Mrs. dressmaker, h Howard n Mt. Au- 
burn 
Smith Charles A. laborer, h op Tuttle 
Smith Charles H. painter, bds Washington cor Pine 
Smith Chauncey, b attorney, 46 Washington, h Phillips 

Place 
Smith Christopher C. Mrs. h Austin 
Smith Daniel S. glass cutter, h 30 Spring 
Smith David H. billiards, Palmer, h Brighton cor South 
Smith Eber Mrs. h 391 Main 
Smith Edwin, ice man, bds Snell's, Bridge 
Smith Edwin R. moulder, h Front 
Smith Elbridge, carpenter, h Pearl cor Perry 
Smith Eli A. clergyman, h 387 Main 
Smith Frank B. printer, bds Harrison Avenue 
Smith Frederick, b broker, 21 1-2 Salem, h Race Course 
Smith George, b saloon, h 2 Clark 

Smith George, carpenter, bds Holmes's, Green n Pleasant 
Smith George, (G. & W. Smith) brewer, Fifth, h Spring n 

Fifth 
Smith George A. b clerk, Hamilton Bank, bds Lee cor 

Main 
Smith George B. cabinet maker, h Third n Gore 
Smith Henry, machinist, h 39 Cambridge 
Smith Henry A. b clerk, h Broadway cor Windsor 
Smith Henry D. stable keeper, Gere, h Third n Gore 
Smith Hetty M. Mis. h Holmes' Place 
Smith James, hairdresser, bds .1. L. Haddow's, 36G Main 
Smith James, painter, h Hastings n Moore 
Smith James, laborer, h Mm dock n Hampshire 
Smith .James Mrs. h Magazine cor Williams 
Smith James, b cutler, l'.» Hawley, h Jay n River 
Smith Jared, b steam piper, bda Iless's, Livermore 
Smith John, laborer, h n Lowell R. R. 



1 52 CAMBRIDGE [S3 l) l u ■ c T ° K Y • 

Smith John, laborer, h n Fitchburg R. r. and brickyard 
Smith John, stevedore, h Columbia u Hampshire 

Smith John, cooper, bcU Cambridge n Willow 
Smith John A. painter, h Cottage n Pearl 
Smith John E. cabinetmaker, h Eighth cor Otis 
Smith John X. painter, Douglass' Block, Main, h Washing- 
ton cor Pine 
Smith Joshua B. b caterer, 1G Brattle, h rear 38 Norfolk, 

2d Arbor 
Smith Josiah, b gas-fitter, h 15 Erie 
Suiith Lebbeus W. h Cambridge n Sumner 
Smith Lebbeus W. jr. b clerk, bds Cambridge n Sumner 
Smith Lyman G. b upholsterer, bds G. Nourse's, Magazine 
Smith Martin L. wood & coal dealer, Main, L. P. h Deacon 

n Main 
Smith Mary Mrs. h Brattle n Story 
Smith Michael, laborer, h 118 Columbia 
Smith Nancy Mrs. h West n Inman 
Smith Richard, junk collector, h 32 Gore 
Smith Richard B. junk dealer, Bridge n Reed's Tavern, h ! 

opposite 
Smith Samuel, commission merchant, h Pearl cor Cottage 
Smith Samuel, harness maker, h Thorndike n Seventh 
Smith Stephen, b lumber dealer, 17 Doane, h Oxford 
Smith Sydney, mason, h 2 Cottage Court 
Smith Thomas, butcher, h Harvey 
Smith Thomas, harness maker, h Fifth n Cambridge 
Smith Thomas, (Smith & Conners) blacksmith, Main n 

State, h Washington 
Smith Thomas D. painter, Main n Prospect, h Cambridge 

op Oak 
Smith Thomas L. b grocer, 5 Clinton, h 14 Worcester 
Smith Willard W trader, h Cambridge op Oak 
Smith William, cabinet maker, h 10 Brooks' Buildings 
Smith William, (G. & W. Smith) brewer, Fifth, h Spring 
Smith William H. printer, h Broadway, L. P. 
Smith William H. B. b commercial agent, 4 Charlestown, h 

In ma a n Cambridge 
Smith William J. brushmaker, h Maui cor Pioneer 
Smye Joseph, laborer, h Bay n Green 
Smythermon William, b carpet duster, h Pioneer Court, 

L. P. 
Snell William, eating house, Bridge, op Lowell car shop, h 

same 
Snelling Theodore, b clerk, bds C. F. Wells's, Orchard 
Sneph Cerjack, engineer, h Otis n Seventh 
Snow Alden P. b clerk, 30 Franklin, bds 145 Main 
Snow Alonzo L. Mrs. h 35 Franklin 



CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 153 

Snow Ambrose, carpenter, h Hancock op Centre 

Snow Benjamin B. harness and trunk maker, Cambridge n 

First, h 38 Spring 
Snow Eben, Cashier Charles River Bank, h Hancock op 

Centre 
Snow Humphrey L. b dry goods, 39 Federal, h 10 Wil- 
liams 
Snow Joseph, mason, h Willow n North Avenue, Ward 5 
Snow Josiah B. expressman, North Avenue n Beech, h Allen 
Snow Leonard, b children's carriage manufacturer, 98 Hav- 
erhill, h 53 Mt. Auburn 
Snow Sarah, Mrs. h Appian Way n Garden 
Snow Seymour B. b bookkeeper, 216 Federal, h Magazine n 

Walnut 
Snow Simeon, b currier, 25 Ferry, h 4 Columbia 
Snow Thomas R. b saloon, 279 Hanover, h Appian Way n 

Brattle 
Snow William, baker, rear Fisk's Block, h same 
Snow William M. Messenger Charles River Bank, bds Han- 
cock op Centre 
Snyder Joseph, rope maker, h Race Course n Harvey 
Soames John, overseer at Squire's Pork House, Gore n Sev- 
enth, h Gore op Pork House 
Soffner William, b varnisher, h Harvard n Main 
Polberry Charles J. b locksmith, h Main, L. P. 
Somerby Charles A. organ maker, bds 95 Cambridge 
Somerby Freeman D. b (Stratton & Somerby) shoe dealer 

61 Leverett, bds North Avenue n Everett 
Sommers Mary S. dressmaker, Cambridge n Fourth, h same 
Sonnemann John, portfolio and reticule maker, h Pleasant 

n Walnut 
Sophocles Evangelinus A. 'Tutor in Greek H. U. rooms 3 

Hoi worthy 
Sortwell Daniel R. (Cunningham, Sortwell & Co.) distiller, 

Cambridge n Windsor, h Prospect, Somerville 
Soule Ruel W. b clerk, bds Parker's, Third 
Soule William S. clerk, bds Thorndike n Fifth 
Southward Thomas, b trunk maker, bds Green cor Hancock 
Southward Thomas W. h Green cor Hancock 
Southwick Hannah II. Mrs. h Third n Cambridge 
Southwoith George M. apothecary, Main cor Austin, manu- 
facturer of transparent soap, 1 Cherry, bds 7 Austin 
Southworth Royal, b<ls 7 Austin 
Spain Catharine, spinster, h Valentine 
Spain William, Bhoemaker, h Broadway n Fayette 
Spare Elijah, jr. ladder manufacturer, Gore n Sixth, h 80 

Thorndike 
Sparhawk .John B, merchant, fa 66 Columbia 



154 CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 

Sparks James, laborer, h Spruce 

Sparks Jared, h Quincy cor Kirkland 

Sparrow Benjamin F. b clerk, h Columbia cor Suffolk 

Sparrow Emeline, assistant teacher Allston Middle School, 
Boardman, bds Columbia cor Suffolk 

Sparrow James H. carpenter, h 41 Auburn 

Sparrow Susau Mrs. h xMagazine n Williams 

Sparrow William F. carpenter, h Hamilton n Magazine 

Spear Isaac, bds 4 Columbia 

Spelman Anthony, laborer, h College Wharf 

Spelman Israel M. b office 11 R. R. Exchange, Court Square, 
h Sparks 

Spelmon Malachi M. blacksmith, Broadway cor Clark, h 
Elm cor Cambridge 

Spencer Charles H. b (Pollard &) shoe dealer, 530 Washing- 
ton, bds 66 Washington 

Spencer Charles H. b clerk, 94 Washington, bds M. W. 
Brown's, Market 

Spencer Hosea, mason, h 66 Washington 

Spencer James, b thermometer maker, 6 Tremont, h Elm n 
Hampshire 

Spencer William V. b bookseller, 128 Washington, h Clin- 
ton n Harvard 

Spermar Frank, cabinet maker, h Fourth n Bridge 

Spike Edmund, b jeweller, bds Mrs. Mitchell's, Main, L. P. 

Spike William, b salesman, bds Mrs. Mitchell's, Main, 
L.P. 

Spiller James W. b cabinet maker, 130 Charles, h Carver n 
W r endall 

Sprague Isaac, artist, h Avon n Linnaean 

Sprague Lincoln B. bds I. Sprague's, Avon 

Spring Charles, b merchant, City Wharf, h North Avenue 
n school house 

Spring Francis L. baker, at Thurston & Hall's, h Cam- 
bridge op Oak 

Spring William S. h 30 Windsor 

Springsteen John, b porter, bds Webster Avenue n Hamp- 
shire 

Sproul Andrew, rope manufacturer, n North Avenue, h 
Willow, Ward 5 

Sproul Francis, rope maker, h Willow cor North Avenue 

Sprowle Joseph, laborer, h 29 Windsor 

Squire John P. & Co. b (H. Lockwood, E. D. Kimball) pro- 
vision dealers, 23 and 25 Faneuil Hall Market, and 39 
North Market, Pork House, Gore n Seventh, h West 
Cambridge 

Stackpole J. Lewis, b attorney, 42 Court, bds Mrs. Stack- 
pole's, Kirkland 



CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 155 

Stackpole Joseph, stairbuilder, h 49 Fifth 
Stackpole Susan M. Mrs. h Kirkland cor Irving 
Stacy George W. painter, 416 Main, h Rockwell 
Stacy George W. clerk, bds Hayes's, Church 
Stacy James B. printer, h Western Avenue cor Jay 
Stacy John, carpenter, bds Western Avenue cor Kinnard 
Stacy Mary C. Miss, h Western Avenue cor Kinnard 
Stafford James, bootmaker, Brighton, h South n Brighton 
Stafford John S. superintendent J. J. Walworth & Co.'s fac- 
tory, Main, h 52 Windsor 
Stafford Thomas, bread pedler, h Pearl cor Allston 
Stammers Bartlett, laborer, h Spruce n brickyard 
Stanfield Marcus M. b (Stanfield, Wentworth & Co.) 58 

Franklin, h Kirkland 
Staniels Carpenter, h Brattle Square 
Stanford John, teamster, h Dunster n Wharf 
Staniford John, vial and syringe maker, h 18 Winter 
Stanwood Henry, blacksmith, bds Littlefield's, Bridge 
Staples James, carpenter, Brighton, h Preston n Cam- 
bridge 
Stapley Samuel, b N. E. Glass Co. h Vine cor Sixth 
Starbuck Roland M. h 99 Spring 
Starbuck William C. b dentist, h Hamilton 
Starr Edwin A. b commission merchant, h Allston cor 

Pearl 
Staudinger Frederick, brush maker, h 43 Gore 
Stayner Andrew, soap maker, bds 99 Norfolk 
Stayner William R. tinsmith, h Norfolk cor Harvard 
St. Clair John M. h Front cor Sydney 
St. Clair John, laborer, at John C. Gray's, Brattle 
Stearns Amos F. b 52 Brattle, h 3 l J Seventh 
Stearns Amos 0. b locksmith, 52 Brattle, h 40 Seventh 
Stearns George H. (N. R. Hill & Co.) livery stable, bds T. 

Stearns's, School Court 
Stearns Hiram N. dry goods, 83 Cambridge, h 3 Vernon, 

Boston 
Stearns James, livery stable, Dunster n Harvard Square, h 

Eliot n Brighton 
Stearns John A. painter, h Hampshire op oil factory 
Stearns Thomas, h School Court 
Stearns William G. steward II. U. office 1 Harvard Row, h 

Lowell 
Stearns William II. provision dealer, 277 Main, h Main cor 

Harrison 
Stedman Augustus, Mrs. h Brighton cor Mt. Auburn 
Stedman Samuel, Mrs. h 10 South 

Stedman Vernal EC pianoforte action manufacturer, at Os- 
born's, State, h 126 Harvard 



156 CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 

Steele George P. b clerk, Franklin, bis J. Steele 9 

way 
Steele Jacob T. b hats, caps, &c. 50 Congress, h Washington 

n Columbia 
Steele James, b bookkeeper, 226 Washington, h Broadway n 

Elm 
Steinbourg John P. cabinet maker, h Washington n junc 

Main 
Stetson Calvin M. policeman, h 32 Worcester 
Stetson Zephaniah Mrs. h Harrison Place 
Stevens Abel, jr. (Albert Stevens & Co.) carpenter, Mt. Au- 
burn, h Ash Street Court 
Stevens Albert, (& Co.) carpenter, Mt. Auburn, h Everett 

Place 
Stevens Amos, (Burgess &) box maker, at Osborn's, h 6 

Front 
Stevens Atherton H. h Water n Bridge 

Stevens Atherton U. jr. grocer, Bridge cor Water, h 68 Otis 
Stevens Charles B. clerk Register of Deeds, h 83 Thorndike 
Stevens Cyrus S. painter, Western Avenue n Main, h Kin- 

nard cor Western Avenue 
Stevens Edwin A. painter and grainer, h Lee 
Stevens Edwin E. teamster, bds 111 Harvard 
Stevens Elias H. glass maker, h 36 Gore 
Stevens Elliot, b glazier and painter, 121 Haverhill, bds 60 

Essex 
Stevens George, organ manufacturer, Fifth cor Otis, h 51 

Thorndike 
Stevens George P. officer at House Correction, bds jailor's 
Stevens John C. hairdresser, Main cor Prospect, h 6 Auburn 

Court 
Stevens John H. plumber, 481 Main, h Western Avenue n 

Kinnard 
Stevens John J. b (George Warren & Co.) dry goods, 243 

Washington 
Stevens Joseph, painter and glazier, h Inman n Hampshire 
Stevens Frederick T. clerk Union R. R. Harvard Square, 

bds Boston 
Stevens Martha B. assistant teacher Thorndike Primary 

School, bds Thorndike 
Stevens Moses, superintendent Union R. R. stable, h 2 Lam- 
bert Avenue 
Stevens Moses E. provision dealer, Charlestown, h Main n 

Pioneer 
Stevens Samuel, carpenter, h 17 Main 
Stevens William, b organ builder, h 101 Otis 
Stevens Woodbury M. policeman, h Hampshire n Columbia 
Stevenson David, plasterer, h 117 Spring 



CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 157 

Stevenson John, b h 13 Hastings 

Stevenson Thomas, plasterer, bds 117 Spring 

Steward Charles, h Webster Avenue n Hampshire 

Stewart Alonzo, grocer, Cambridge cor Fourth, h Otis n 

Sixth 
Stewart Amherst, teamster, h Gore op Pork House 
Stewart Andrew Mrs. h Willard n Brattle 
Stewart Elizabeth, Mrs. h Eliot n Mt. Auburn 
Stewart Erie W. carpenter, h Pine cor Harvard 
Stewart Henry L. painter, h Mt. Auburn n Hilliard 
Stewart Orlando, engineer, Lowell R R. bds Otis n Sixth 
Stewart Richard, butcher, h Rice n Cedar 
Stickney Albert, student, bds Mrs Stickney's, Hilliard 
Stickney Francis H. carpenter, h Otis n Sixth 
Stickney Lucy Mrs. h Hilliard n Mt. Auburn 
Stickney Nathaniel N. (Royal Gilkey & Co.) lumber dealer, 

Sargent's Wharf n foot Charles River, h 51 Mt. Auburn 
Stiles John C. Superintendent Union R. R. h Remington n 

Main 
Stiles Lucius, b ( Johns :n & Co.) wholesale clothing dealer, 

65 Congress, h Lee n Main 
Stiles Samuel, carpenter, h Willow n North Avenue, 

Ward 5 
Stiles Stephen, carpenter, h North Avenue cor Willow, 

Ward 5 
Stiles Storer, b teamster, bds 112 Thorndike 
Still Charles, mason, h 31 Washington 
Still William, glass maker, bds Burroughs's, 44 Norfolk 
Stimpson Herbert H. b stove and range dealer, Congress cor 

Water, h North Avenue n Linnaean 
Stimpson John, ambro typist, h 5 Oak 
Stimpson John F. mariner, bds 5 Oak 
Stimson Fordyce M. clerk, h Sparks cor Concord Avenue 
Stimson Royal, Mrs. h Concord Avenue cor Sparks 
Stimson Royal W. farmer, bds Concord A venue cor Sparks . 
Stinger Lewis, glas3 blower, h Sixth n Cambridge 
Stinson Charles, grease collector, h near Pleasant 
Stinson Daniel, laborer, h Pine n Washington 
Stinson James, laborer, h North Avenue op Common 
Stinson John, laborer, h Columbia n Lincoln 
Stinson John, grease collector, h n Pleasant 
Stockbridge Wales R. b commission merchant, 71 Milk, h 

6 Norfolk 
Stocker Alfred A. physician , h .Main op Temple 
Stoddard James F. b clerk, 28 State, bds Market n Union 
Stoddard Richard A. b carpenter, li 57 Columbia 
Stone Amos, County Treasurer, Court House, h 11 Salem 

street, Charlestown 

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158 OAMBEIDGE [ S ] DIRECTORY. 

Stone Anson J. b Agent of Real Estate and Building Co., 1G 
Summer, h Ellery n Harvard 

Stone Benjamin, brass founder, h 82 School 

Stone Betsey Mrs. h Broadway cor Columbia 

Stone Charles, h Main n Universalist Church 

Stone Daniel, bds Tandy's, Williams 

Stone Daniel, b restorator, 104 Sudbury, h River cor Au- 
burn 

Stone Daniel G. box maker, bds Tandy's, Williams 

Stone Horace, fireman, bds Snell's, Bridge 

Stone John, stereotyper, Riverside, h Willow n Magazine 

Stone Levi F. box maker, h Hampshire n Amory 

Stone Olynthus B. bds Cambridge next Hovey's Nursery 

Stone Peter, marble worker, bds A. McDonald's, Mt. Auburn 

Stone Peter R. L. h Lee cor Main 

Stone Richard T. hostler, h Austin cor Essex 

Stone Thorndike B. b trader, h Green n Pleasant 

Stone Warren F. b clerk, bds D. Stone's, River cor Auburn 

Stone William, wheelwright, h School Court 

Stone William F. Mrs. h Cambridge next Hovey's Nursery 

Stone William R. Rev. city missionary, h Norfolk n Hamp- 
shire 

Stone William T. printer, bds E. K. Allen's, 17 Short 

Storer William, clerk, h 80 Prospect n High School 

Story Charles C. printer, bds Mrs. Fish's, Western Avenue 

Story Francis W. h Appian Way n Garden 

Story William, b clerk, 19 North Market, h Mt. Auburn n 
Brighton 

Stratton Charles, b (Stratton & Somerby) sho3 dealer, Gl 
Leverett, h 28 Dunster 

Stratton Edward B. carpenter, bds 7 Cottage 

Stratton Ira, h Austin op Douglass 

Straw Love, engineer, h 66 Spring 

Stroelin Julius T. b pocket-book maker, 157 Washington, h 
Moore cor Harvard 

Stratton Charles M. baker, Wood's Wooden Block, Main, h 
5 Essex 

Stratton Wilder, driver Union R. R. h Bay 

Strong Fanny L. D. assistant teacher Washington Grammar 
School, bds Hilliard cor Daniels' Court 

Stroud Elijah, gardener, h Inman 

Stuchel Joseph, carpenter, h Clark cor Broadway 

Studley Amasa, carpenter, h 20 Fourth 

Studley Joseph, apothecary, Main cor Austin, h Austin op 
Douglass 

Stye Thomas, laborer, h 59 Gore 

Sullam Jacob, hostler, bds Flanders' Exchange, Cambridge 

Sullivan Catherine, Mrs. h Brookline n Erie 



CAMBRIDGE [S] DIRECTORY. 159 

Sullivan Cornelias, laborer, h Water 

Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, h 7 North 

Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, h Brick Alley, North 

Sullivan Daniel, laborer, h Spruce 

Sullivan Daniel, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 

Sullivan Daniel, blacksmith, h Hastings 

Sullivan Daniel, gardener, h Green n Bay 

Sullivan Daniel, laborer, h 3 North 

Sullivan Dennis, laborer, h Dublin 

Sullivan Ellen, Mrs. h Brighton 

Sullivan Ellen, Mrs. h Brighton n bridge 

Sullivan Eugene, laborer, h Brighton n bridge 

Sullivan Florence, brass finisher, bds Garden 

Sullivan Francis, laborer, h n Dublin 

Sullivan Garit, glass maker, h 81 Gore 

Sullivan Humphrey, carpenter, bds Reed's Tavern, Gore 

Sullivan Humphrey, tailor, h rear 145 Bridge 

Sullivan Ignatius, blacksmith, 11 Hancock 

Sullivan Jacob B. hostler, bds Flanders' Exchange 

Sullivan James, teamster, bds 51 Winter 

Sullivan James, laborer, h Stevens Court n Fourth 

Sullivan James, rope maker, h Suffolk n Columbia 

Sullivan James M. painter, h Green n Putnam 

Sullivan Jeffrey, laborer, h Dublin 

Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, h North n East 

Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, h Harvey 

Sullivan Jeremiah, laborer, h Cambridge cor Elm 

Sullivan Jeremiah, b tailor, h Elm n Hampshire 

Sullivan Johanna, Mrs. h West n Lee 

Sullivan John, laborer, h rear Stevens's store, Bridge 

Sullivan John, laborer, bds Flynn's, Gore 

Sullivan John, laborer, h Third n Vine 

Sullivan John, laborer, h near Mt. Auburn 

Sullivan John, laborer, h Lambert n Gore 

Sullivan John A. printer, h Green n Putnam 

Sullivan John A. moulder, at Kinsley's, h 2 Washington 

Sullivan Margaret, Mrs. h Dublin 

Sullivan Margaret, Mrs. h Harvard cor Chestnut 

Sullivan Mary, Mrs. h 13 North 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, h Winthrop n Brighton 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, h Seventh n Otis 

Sullivan Michael, laborer, h Almshouse Row 

Sullivan Nash, blacksmith, h Main n (J. ,J. EL EL 

Sullivan Patrick, gla^s maker, b 1"> Winter 

Sullivan Patrick, carpenter, h Cambridge n Seventh 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, h North n Mast 

Sullivan Patrick, Laborer, h rear 136 Bridge 

Sullivan Patrick, Laborer, h Brighton n Harvard Square 



1G0 CAMBRIIJGK [ S ] DI1EOTOHT. 

Sullivan Patrick, laborer, h Sparks n Concord Avenue 

Sullivan Peter, mariner, bds Mrs. Sullivan's, West 

Sullivan Richard, laborer, h 118 Bridge 

Sullivan Richard, bds Garden cor Mason 

Sullivan Richard, jr. b (S. C. Thwing & Co.) merchant, 8 

Kilby, h Garden cor Mason 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, h River 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, h Spruce 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, h Appian Way n Brattle 
Sullivan Timothy, laborer, h 9 North 
Sullivan Timothy D. stereotyper, h Green n Hancock 
Sullivan Timothy J. butcher, bds Reed's Tavern, Gore 
Sullivan William J. A. printer, bds Mrs. Ackers' s, Perry 
Summers James, mariner, h Hampshire op Davis 
Sumner Arthur, bds Mrs. Sumner's, Sumner 
Sumner Bradford Mrs. h Sumner 
Sumner Ebenezer, engineer, bds Snell's, Bridge 
Swallow David W. b shoe dealer, Court, h Western Avenue 

cor Putnam B 

Swan Abigail, Mrs. h Everett n North Avenue 
Swan William O. vegetable dealer, h Pleasant n Short 
Swasey John, glass cutter, h 24 Winter 
Sweeney Bryan, laborer, h Dublin 
Sweeney Cornelius, carpenter, h Winter n Third 
Sweeney Daniel, glass cutter, h Third cor Charles 
Sweeney Edward, carpenter, bds Winter n Third 
Sweeney John, laborer, h 4 North 
Sweeney John, carpenter, bds Winter n Third 
Sweeney Michael, carpenter, bds Winter n Third 
Sweeney William, watchman Union R. 11. h Antrim 
Sweet John D. Mrs. h Otis Place cor Mt. Auburn 
Sweet John D. salesman, bds Mrs. Sweet's, Otis Place 
Sweetland Benjamin E. oyster dealer, h Magazine n Wil- 
liams 
Sweetman John, janitor Law School, h Dunster cor South 
Sweetser Addie, teacher private school, Trowbridge n Main 
Sweetser Atkins, teamster, h Leigh ton Court n East 
Sweetser Samuel, b leather dealer, Clinton cor Fulton, h 

Trowbridge n Main 
Swell Almond W. box maker, bds School cor Harrison 
Swett Almon, carpenter, bds 257 Main 
Swett Lewis C. cabinet maker and upholsterer, Main n 

Magazine, h Tremont cor Hampshire 
Swett Stephen, carpenter, h Short n Pleasant 
Swift Charles, b (& Co.) sailmaker, 77 Commercial, h 10 

Franklin 
Swift Henry, laborer, h Valentine n Brookline 
Sword James, rope maker, h Webster Avenue n Somerville 



CAMBRIDGE [T] DIRECTORY. 161 

Swords William, b salesman, 19 Brattle, h Windsor cor 

Washington 
Sylvester Augustus, b paper hanger, bds Pearl n Valentine 
Sylvester James, laborer, h Cambridge n Sumner 
Sylvester James, jr. clerk, bds Cambridge n Sumner 
Symonds James L. dentist, 20 Winter, h Main n Hancock 
Symons George, b printer, bds G. B. Symons's, Pine 
Symons George B. tailor, Pine cor School 

Taft Russell, cabinet maker, h 46 Spring 
Taggard Thomas, glass maker, h Vine n Third 
Talbot Felix, glass maker, h Winter n Fourth 
Talbot John, glass maker, h 11 Winter 
Tallack Augustus, mastic roofer, bds 1 Front 
Tamplin James B. real estate dealer, h Wendall 
Tandy Carlos M. carpenter, h Canal 
Tandy James, carpenter, h Williams n Pearl 
Tanner Eleazer, carpenter, h Magazine Street Court 
Tapley Henry M. b bookkeeper, 64 Pearl, h Amory n Broad- 
way 
Tapley William H. b clerk, 38 India Wharf, bds Mrs. Hun- 

newell's, Milk 
Tarbell George F. b clerk, 16 State, h 96 Tremont 
Tarbell Henry W. b salesman, h Leighton Court 
Tarbell John, physician, h Dana n Main 
Tarbell Martha, Mrs. h Franklin cor Pearl 
Tarbell Mary A. teacher Webster Alphabet School, bds 

Franklin cor Pearl 
Tarbell William G. cabinet maker, h Magazine cor Cottage 
Tarbox John, watchman at glass house, h Fifth n Gore 
Tarbox Joseph K. b (& Co.) livery stable, 225 Friend, h 70 

Windsor 
Tarr Jacob, b U. S. Public Storehouse, h Clark n Hampshire 
Tate William E. carpenter, bds Norfolk n Cambridge 
Tates Charles W. glass maker, h Otis n Sixth 
T iion John, laborer, h 6 North 
Tayhen Michael, laborer h North n East 
Tayhen Timothy, laborer, li 16 North 

Taylor Carlos D. clerk, bds Flanders' Kxchange, Cambridge 
Taylor Edward S. b merchant, 13 India, bds Mrs. Blake's, 

Shepard 
Taylor George II. brush maker, bds Thorndike n Seventh 
Taylor George M. messenger Market Bank, bds at 0. Tay- 
lor's, CoggSWell Avenue 
Taylor Hi ii, h Harrison cor School 

Taylor Ira, carp liter, 1) Is ESsS6Z D Harvard 

Taylor •) i a ■< M. stone cutter, b roar L62 Cambridge 

Taylor .John, b actor, h (')-] Washington 

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102 CAMBRIDGE [T| D I BBC TOBY. 



Taylor John B. physician, h 82 Cambridge 

Taylor Julius, patent agent, h Harvard n Dana 

Taylor John R. vinegar manufacturer, h 68 Sixth 

Taylor Oliver, h CoggdWell Avenue n North Avenue 

Taylor Samuel, brush maker, h Thomdike n Seventh 

Taylor Thomas, laborer, h 86 Washington 

Taylor William J. paper hanger, 415 Main, h Magazine n 

Somerset Place 
Tayne Dennis, glass maker, bds 1G North 
Teague George M. eating house, 418 Main, h Green 
Teei Albert J. carpenter, h North Avenue n Alewife Brook 
Teel Ammi C. farmer, h North Avenue 
Teel Charles J. farmer, h North Avenue n Alewife Brook 
Teel Henry C. farmer, bds A. C. Teel's, North Avenue 
Teel Levi C. farmer, h Spruce n Cedar 
Teele Samuel P. (Howe &) bacon curer, Main op Windsor, 

h 72 Washington 
Teen Peter, laborer, h Lincoln Court 
Teirnan Michael, laborer, h Dublin 
Teirnan Richard, laborer, h Sargent 
Teirnan Thomas, laborer, h Spruce 
Tellegan Thomas, blacksmith, h Race Course n Spruce 
Temple John M. clerk, h 112 Thomdike 
Templeton James M. b clerk, h Main n Pioneer 
Tendler William H. paper hanger and upholsterer, h 7 

Green 
Terry Calvin, whitewasher, &c. h 30 Washington 
Thaxter Fanny, Mrs. h Village 
Thayer Cephas P. (Welch, Bigelow & Co.) printer, Holyoke 

n Harvard, h Ash cor Ash Street Court 
Thayer Cyrus B. b patent agent, bds River cor Auburn 
Thayer Elijah H. b shoes, &c. 50 Cambridge, h Magazine n 

Walnut 
Thayer Henry, (& Co.) chemicals, Main cor Douglass, h 

Worcester cor Norfolk 
Thayer James B. b attorney, 30 Court, bds Mrs. Pomroy's, 

Oxford n Kirkland 
Thayer James H. (J. H. & J. P. Thayer) painter, Main n 

City Hall, h Main op Remington 
Thayer Joel E. blacksmith, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Thayer Joshua P. (J. H. & J. P. Thayer) painter, Main n 

City Hall, h Mt. Auburn n junc Main 
Thiery Charles L. b watch case maker, 21 School, h Sydney 

cor Chestnut, AVard 4 
Thies Louis, Curator of the Gray Collection of Engravings, 

H. U. h Quincy 
Thomas Charles G. b attorney, 11 Court, bds Brattle House 
Thomas Elizabeth Mrs. h Moore cor Harvard 



CAMBRIDGE [ T ] DIRECTORY. 163 

Thomas Eliza, Mrs. h 76 Gore 

Thomas John N. expressman, h Bristol n Market 

Thomas Seth J. b attorney, 46 Court, h North Avenue cor 

Wendall 
Thomas Zephaniah H. b shoe dealer, 53 Hanover, h Essex n 

Austin 
Thompson Asa A. clerk, h Union Square cor Maple 
Thompson George, grocer, Washington n Main, h Hastings 
Thompson George H. b fruit dealer, h Main, L. P. 
Thompson Justin, clerk, at S. J. Thompson's, Bridge, h 

Charlestown 
Thompson Joseph, marble worker, h rear 13 Front 
Thompson Levi P. clerk Union R. R. Co. Harvard Square, 

h Dunster cor Harvard Square 
Thompson Matthew, pedler, h Gore n Fifth 
Thompson Samuel I. lumber dealer, Bridge, h Woburn 
Thompson Talbot, mariner, h 5 Washington 
Thompson William A. carpenter, h Winter cor Fourth 
Thompson William V. b conveyancer, 16 Scollay's Building, 

h Otis cor Sixth 
Thornbury Wilson, h Franklin n Hancock 
Thorndike Edward, druggist, 419 Main, h 15 Brookline 
Thoroughgood Peter, carpenter, h 19 River 
Thoroughgood Peter J. printer, bds 19 River 
Thorp Franklin H. carpenter, h 47 Washington 
Thresher James, b machinist, 19 Harvard Place, h Clark n 

Broadway 
Thresher James M. b dentist, 140 Court, h 47 Austin 
Thurston Augustus A. cracker pedler, h 95 Norfolk 
Thurston Daniel H. (Hall & Co.) cracker bakery, Cambridge, 

h 1)5 Norfolk 
Thurston George A. blacksmith, h Mt. Auburn n D'Wolf 
Thurston John C. dry goods, 445 Main*, h same 
Thurston Lyman, (Thurston & Miles) printer, Main cor 

Temple, h Essex n Main 
Thwing Gardner H. h Pleasant cor Franklin 
Thwing James, wheelwright, Green, h Green n Pleasant 
: James H. provision dealer, bds Green n Pleasant 
Tibbets Israel, trackman, h 51 \\ inter 
TibbetS Januvs ML carpenter, h River n Rockwell 
Ticknor William H. printer, bds Mrs. Ward well's. Western 

Avenue 

Tidd Maitha U. Mrs. l, Park 

Tierney Patrick T. press nan, ;:t Chronicle < > (li. *o , bds Boston 

Tilton Benjamin, President Harvard Bank, h Proa 

Tilton Benjamin II. i> (II. N. &) lumber dealer, 250 Barri on 

Avenue, i> l> B Prospect 

>\y John W. paint--, h 50 Third 



164 CAMBRIDGE [T] DIRECTORY. 

Timity Peter, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 

Timminy Ann, Mrs. h Fourth n Charles 

Timrniny Francis, clerk, bds Fourth 

Timothy Michael, laborer, h Kinnard n Putnam 

Tingey William, clerk, bds 364 Main 

Tinker Richard L. driver Union R. R. bds 2 Lambert Avenue 

Tirbrigan Peter, b tailor, h Brimmer Block, Harvard 

Titcomb William H. artist, h Centre n Hancock 

Titus Charles H. clerk, bds Perry n Magazine 

Titus Dorus, h Deacon 

Tobin Elizabeth, Mrs. h Willow Place n Cambridge 

Tobin Maurice, laborer, h rear 120 Bridge 

Tobin Michael, laborer, bds Willow Place n Cambridge 

Tomlinson William, carver, bds 344 Main 

Toner Charles, mason, h 7 Hastings 

Toner James, glass maker, h 19 Fourth 

Toohig John, laborer, h near Sparks 

Toomey Cornelius, tailor, bds Collins's, Elm 

Toomey Daniel, gardener, h 15 North 

Toomey Edward, laborer, h Garden n Sands' brickyard 

Toomey Jeremiah, rope maker, h Broadway n Ware 

Toomey John, laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 

Torbet James, laborer, h Fourth n Winter 

Torrey Henry W. McLean Professor of Ancient and Modern 
History, H. U. h Oxford 

Torry Robert, printer, h Chestnut, Ward 1 

Torry Robert, jr. b clerk, 1 Bowdoin Square, h Jay n West- 
ern Avenue 

Torry William, printer, h 1 Bow 

Tothill George L. b clerk, Savings Bank, School, bds 38 
Norfolk 

Tothill William, h 38 Norfolk 

Tourtelle Daniel, painter, h Main n City Hall 

Tout Thomas, fishing rod manufacturer, h Brattle n James 

Tower Levi L. b (Cutter, Tower & Co.) stationer, 89 New 
Devonshire, h 90 Prospect 

Tower Samuel G. b pattern maker, h Follen 

Towne Ezra, (Towne & Fuller) hardware, 477 Main, bds 
Frankliu cor Pearl 

Towne Edward 0. b clerk, 14 Merchants Row, bds Prospect 

Towne Hamilton, cigar maker, h 39 Pearl 

Towne John, b clerk, Oak Hall, h Prospect n Harvard 

Townsend Elbridge G. carpenter, h Washington cor Colum- 
bia 

Townsend James, door plate maker, h Bristol 

Townsend Joseph F. pianoforte maker, bds Washington cor 
Columbia 

Townsend Samuel, carpenter, bds D'Wolf n Mt. Auburn 



CAMBRIDGE [T] DIRECTORY. 165 

Tozier Evander O. b cutter, 140 Washington, bds Pleasant 

cor Rockwell 
Tozier Stephen, h Pleasant cor Rockwell 
Tozier Thurston H. marble dealer, h Meacham 
Tracy John, laborer, h near Walden and Fitchburg R. R. 
Tracy Michael F. carpenter, h Concord Avenue op Catholic 

Church 
Tracy Patrick, laborer, h Cambridge n Willow Place 
Tracy William, laborer, Spruce n brickyard 
Train Edmund, grocer, Bridge cor East, h 75 Thorndike 
Train John, rope maker, h Willow Place cor Cambridge 
Trainer Catharine, Mrs. h Lee n Broadway 
Trainer John, b Britannia worker, h Elm n Cambridge 
Trayes William H printer, bds Miles's, Charles River 
Treadwell Daniel, h Concord Avenue n Garden 
Trea dwell Matilda, Mrs. h Green n Putnam 
Tribou Walter S. (0. Hastings & Co.) lumber dealer, East, 

h Phillips Place cor Mason 
Troup Margaret, Mrs. h Lincoln Court 
Trow Francis R. carpenter, Brattle op School Court, h Bath 
Trowbridge John S. b (P. H. Walker & Co.) hardware, 3 

Faneuil Hall Square 
Trull Alfred A. (Berry &) sash maker, &c. Mill, h Brighton 

cor Winthrop 
Trumpler Frederick C. A. b furrier, 55 Congress, h Windsor 
Tucker Betsey, Mrs. h Pearl op Valentine 
Tucker Charles A. b clerk Suffolk Bank, h 108 Norfolk 
Tucker Cordelia, Mrs. h Austin op Douglass 
Tucker Ebenezer, harness maker, Brattle, h D'Wolf n Mt. 

Auburn 
Tucker Ebenezer, jr. carriage painter, at Chapman's, bds 

Somerville 
Tucker George T. apothecary, bds D'Wolf 
Tucker Hiram, spring bed manufacturer, State, h Newton 
Tucker Hiram A. printer, bds at E. Tucker's, D'Wolf 
Tucker James, mariner, h North n East 
Tucker John H. student, bds D'Wolf 
Tucker Joseph, b laborer, h Hastings 
Tufts Charles, h 54 Prospect 
Tufts Charles, newspaper dealer, Brattle Square 
Tufts Ebenezer T. painter, h 136 Cambridge 
Tufts John A. mason, h 38 Fifth 

Tufts Zebulon, farmer, h North Avenue n Alewife Brook 
Tuohey Daniel, laborer, h Somerset n Pleasant 
Turner George R. millinery goods, Main n Norfolk, h Essex 

Street Place 
Turner James, mariner, h Columbia n Hampshire 
Turner John, glass maker, bds Windsor n Cambridge 



1GG c A M BRIDGE [ TJ V ] DIRECT B E . 

Turner John, laborer, h Suffolk 

Turner Joshua, machinist, Hampshire, h Harvard n Co- 
lambia 

Turner Stephen, stone cutter, bdfl Hubbard's, Second 
Turney Michael, laborer, li Harvard n Brimmer Block 
Tute Rensalaer, b (& Co.) tea dealer, 16 South Market, h 

56 Inman n Cambridge 
Tuttle Freeman, fanner, bdfl Tuttle n Wycth 
Tuttle George W. foreman Smith's brickyard, h Maple 
Tuttle Lydia B. Mrs. h Tuttle n Wyeth 
Twist William, policeman, h 36 Pearl 
Twitchcll Charles M. A. grocer, Cambridge junc Hampshire, 

bds Moore's, Oak 
Twitchell R. A. cabinet maker, bds Flanders' Exchange 
Twoigh Daniel, laborer, bds 2 Lambert Avenue 
Twombly Thomas, laborer, at Melledge's, Harvard 
Tyler Asa, b boots and shoes, 29 Tremont Row, h Sixth n 

Otis 
Tyler Catharine A. Mrs. h 126 Spring 
Tyler John M. clerk, h 29 Spring 

Tyler Joseph H. attorney, and Register of Probate and In- 
solvency, office Court House, Third, h 28 Second 

Ufford Hezekiah G. b (S. N. & H. G. Ufford) stoves, fur- 
naces, &c. 73 Sudbury, bds S. N. Uffbrd's, Clinton 

Ufford, Samuel N. b (S. N. & H. G. Ufford) stoves, fur- 
naces, &c. 73 Sudbury, h Clinton n Main 

Ullsch John, soap maker, bds T. Marshall's, Broadway 

Upham Catherine, Miss, h Kirkland cor Oxford 

Valentine Henry C. b clerk, 36 India, bds Prospect cor 

Harvard 
Valentine Joanna, Mrs. 4 Prospect cor Harvard 
Vandine Henry, nurseries, h Plymouth 
Van Rees Nicholas, cabinet maker, h Eighth n Otis 
Van Rees Nicholas, jr, cabinet maker, h Eighth n Thorndike 
Vanstane Wellington, musician, h 120 Harvard 
Vanstry Augustus, carpenter, h Gore n Somerville 
Vaughan A. Abbot, b clerk, bds C. Vaughan's, Rerkeley 
Vaughan Benjamin, bds Craigie 
Vaughan Charles, b (J. J. Adams & Co.) brush dealer, 99 

Washington, h Berkeley 
Vaughan Charles E. medical student, bds C. Vaughan's, 

Berkeley 
Vaughan William M. b (J. J. Adams & Co.) brush dealer, 

99 Washington, h Craigie cor Concord Avenue 
Vaupel Louis, glass engraver, h 96 Thorndike 
Veazey William, brass finisher, h 82 Harvard 



CAMBRIDGE [ \*/ ] DIRECTORY. 167 

Venables George, laborer, h Franklin n Bay 
Venner John T. b melodeon manufacturer, h Union 
Venter John E. b furrier, h Broadway op Boardman 
Vialle William H. bookkeeper, at Lerned & Son's, Main, 

L. P. bds Boston 
Vickery Thomas, glass packer, h Seventh n Otis 
Vickery William J. (Vickery & Marvin) carpenter, h Norfolk 

n Cambridge 
Vigneron John, glass cutter, h Vine n Third 
Vinal Albert, b real estate Agent, Scollay's Building, h 

Harvard n Hancock 
Vinal Edward E. b (R. A. Vinal & Brothers) 11 Lewis' 

Wharf, h Temple 
Vining Caroline M. Mrs. h 29 Washington 
Vogl Adolph, clerk, h 65 Thorndike 
Vollintine Thomas, b (D. Fairbanks & Co.) shoe and leather 

dealer, 81 Kilby, h Williams cor Pearl 
Von Prague Benjamin, cigar maker, h Windsor n Harvard 

Waddell John, carpenter, h Prince n Pleasant 
Wade Asa, b flour inspector, 174 State, h 271 Broadway 
Wade Daniel T. b bookkeeper, Commercial, bds 271 Broad- 
way 
Wade Eben, merchant, Havana, h Harvard n Ware 
Wade Francis W. b bookkeeper, 38 India Wharf, h Orchard 

cor Beech 
Wade II . Louisa, Mrs. h 17 Magazine ' 
Wade Henry F. b clerk, 174 State, bds Broadway n Tremont 
Wade J. Augustine, bookbinder, bds 17 Magazine 
Wade Ruth P. Mrs. h Dunster cor Mt. Auburn 
Wade Kufus R. officer House Correction, bds Flanders' Ex- 
change, Cambridge 
Wadman T. G. printer, bds Rice's, Main 
Wadsworth William, h 100 Otis 

Wagner Albert, b organ builder, h 2 Broadway, L. P. 
Wait Amos L livery stable, 301 Main, h rear 64 Washington 
Wait Gilbert, baker, bds Newmarch's, Harvard 
Wait John B. grocer, Cambridge cor Webster Avenue, h 

same 
Waite Charles, h Oak 
Waitt Andrew S. Superintendent College Buildings, h Ash 

d Mt. Auburn 
Waitt Edwin L cement dealer, 288 Main, bds rear 04 Wash- 
ington 
Waitt Freeman C. expressman, h is Cottage 
Waitt Gilbert 11. baker, bda Newmarch's, Harvard 
Waitt George W. b painter, h Main, LP. 
Waitt Susan, Mrs. h 22 Brooks's Buildings n School 



C A M B ■ i D Q ■ [ W ] \> I ■ I C I I v . 

Walden David, bnishmaker, h btwn Main and Harvard n 

g. j. a. k. 

Walker Ahah, oil manufacturer, bds Flan-; mgfi 

Walker Anna, Mrs. bdfl 17 Magazine 
Walker Anna J. .Mrs. aurse, h IT Magazine 

Walker Charles B. wood turner, h Bit. Auburn n Brattle 
House 

Walker Eliza, Mrs. h Auburn cor Pleasant 
Walker Ellen P. Mrs. li Harvard op Ware 
Walker Frederick P. glass maker, h Filth cor Winter 

Walker Gardner, b sailniaker, 4 Commerce, h 69 Windsor 

Walker J. Dana, b raelodeon maker, h 51 'Fremont 

Walker James, clergyman, h Sparks 

Walker John, bookbinder, h Jay n Western Avenue 

Walker John, laborer, h Seventh n Cambridge 

Walker Samuel, tailor, h 4 Third 

Walker Sarah, Mrs. h rear Franklin n Pearl 

Walker Wayland, honey pedler, bds Reed's Tavern, Gore 

Walko Martin, b (Walko & Barnuni) furrier, 10 Summer, 
h 81 Norfolk 

Wallace Charles G. b liquor dealer, Cambridge, h 40 Co- 
lumbia 

Wallace James P. jr. provision dealer, Brattle cor Palmer, 
h Everett Place 

Walmsley John H. b plasterer, h Union n Market 

Walsh James, laborer, at G. G. Hubbard's, Brattle 

Walter Richard, marble polisher, h Hastings n Moore 

Walton George, bds 2 Kinnard 

Walton Harriet, Mrs. h Billiard 

Walton Thomas, laborer, h Spruce n Cedar 

Walworth James J. & Co. b (M. S. Sc udder and C. C. Wal- 
worth, S. L. Sawyer, and J. A. Stafford), engineers and 
iron tube manufacturers, 18 and 24 Devonshire, Manu- 
factory Main op Brooks's Buildings, bds Boston 

Wanderford William, b laborer, h Harvard n G. J. 11. R. 

Wann Michael, laborer, h near Dublin 

Ward Andrew A. provision dealer, 893 Main, h Western 
Avenue cor Kinnard 

Ward Charles H. b teller Atlantic Bank, Kilby, bds Maga- 
zine n Walnut 

Ward Edward A. (Charlestown) lumber dealer, h Sacra- 
mento 

Ward George L. b manufacturer, 27 Federal, h Brattle n 
Hilliard 

Ward Hannah M. Mrs. h School Court 

Ward Henry B. h Dana n Harvard 

Ward Henry 11. b telegrapher, 31 State, h Main n junc Ar- 
row 



CAMBRIDGE [ Vtf ] DIRECTORY. 160 

Ward Herbert D. b coal dealer, 31 Kilby, h Washington 
Ward Holbrook, h Elm cor Broadway 
Ward James, cabinet maker, h Hastings n Moore 
Ward John, laborer, h Dublin 
Ward John, laborer, h Hampshire op Portland 
Ward John M. cabinet maker, h Hastings n Moore 
.Ward Jonathan W. architect, h Hampshire n Elm 
Ward Joshua F. h Magazine n Walnut 
Ward Samuel, freight master Fitchburg depot, Chailestown, 

h Jay n Western Avenue 
Ward Simon B. b tailor, 20 Winter, h Centre cor Hancock 
Ward Willard, butcher, bds Reed's Tavern, Gore 
Ward Winthrop A. provision dealer, h Western Avenue n 

Kinnard 
Wardwell Thomas G. farmer, h Western Avenue n Putnam 
Ware George A. printer, h Magazine cor Park 
Ware Henry, b counsellor, Barristers' Hall, Court Square, 

h Berkeley 
Ware John F. W. clergyman, h Harvard cor Inman 
Ware Joseph, carpenter, bds 89 Columbia 
Ware Sanford P. carpenter, h Pine n Harvard 
Ware Wesley, carpenter, h 39 Columbia 
Ware William, Mrs. h Ware cor Broadway 
Warfield Henry, b stereotyper, h 39 Pine 
Warland Altamont, clerk, 42 Canal, bds Brattle 
Warland Edward M. b clerk, bds IS1 1. Auburn n D'W r olf 
Warland Francis, b clerk, 23 Central Wharf, bds Mt. Au- 

bu n n D'Wolf 
Warland Mary A. Mrs. h Mt. Auburn n D'Wolf 
Warland William, h 39 Brattle 
Warner Caleb H. b Cashier Bank of Commerce, 85 State, 

h Harvard n Dana 
Warner William R. blacking dealer, h Plymouth 
Warren Gardner, oil manufacturer, n Court, bds Inman n 

Austin 
Warren James, laborer, h Short, Ward 3 
Warren John, laborer, h North n East 
Warren Moses, h Fayerwcather 
Warren William, carpenter, h 8 Auburn Court 
Warren William C. conductor Union R R. bds Mr. Bean's, 

Lamb 51 t Avenue 
Warren Winslow, Proctor, II. V. 'Jl Holworthy Hall 
Washburn Emory, University Professor of Law, II. U. h 

Q u'n icy 

Waterhouse Benjamin A. basket maker, h Gore n Seoond 
Waterhouse Louisa, Mrs h Waterhouse cor Concord Avenue 

Waterman William 11. b printer, bds B ookline n Starch 
Factory 



170 CAMBRIDGE [W] DIBEOTOBY. 



Waters George \V. harness maker, bds Mrs. Waters's, North 

Avenue op Common 
Waters Lydia T. Mrs. h North Avenue op Common 
Waters Mary, Mrs. h Brighton 
Waters Theodore E. carpenter, bds Mrs, Waters's, North 

Avenue op Common 
Watriss Oliver W. (Clark &) leather dresser, h Main cor 

Prospect 
Watriss William, bds Mt. Auburn cor Ash 
Watson Abraham W. b clerk, h 23 Spring 
Watson Alexander, laborer, bds Ross's, Gerry 
Watson Nancy 13. Mrs. h 34 Spring 
Watson Red ford, engineer, h Appian Way n Garden 
Watson William, laborer, h G Wiilard Place 
Watts Benjamin, painter, h Auburn n Pearl 
Watts Francis A. livery stable, Brattle n Harvard Square, 

h Daniels' Court 
Watts Lawrence B. Mrs. h 87 Spring 
Way Alanson, b tobacconist, 7 Commercial, h Tremont cor 

Hampshire 
Weatherstone William, b silversmith, h Market 
Webb Abby Miss, assistant teacher Mason Middle School, 

bds Dunster cor Mt. Auburn 
Webb John W. ship carpenter, h 23 Washington 
Webb Mary Mrs. h Sydney n Front 
Webb Michael, b clerk, 59 Long Wharf, h Dunster cor Mt. 

Auburn 
Webber Alonzo C. physician, h Pleasant cor Green 
Webber Jacob, baker, bds 5 Essex 
Webber John H. b architect, Scollay's Building, h Charles 

cor Chestnut 
Webber Alonzo J. b bookkeeper, h Kinnard n River 
Webber William L. bds Pleasant cor Green 
Webster John L. paper hanger, h Railroad Block, Bridge 
Webster Nathan, h Sumner 
Weeden Henry, tailor, h 122 Columbia 
Weeks Emmett, printer, h Park 

Welbasky Edward, b insurance broker, State, bds 92 Pros- 
pect 
Welch Albion K. P. (Welch, Bigelow & Co.) printer, Hol- 

yoke, h Holyoke cor South 
Welch Anthony, laborer, h Vine n Fourth 
Welch Benjamin, trader, h Norfolk cor Hampshire 
Welch Benjamin S. variety store, 393 Main,h Columbia cor 

Washington 
Welch Charles P. bds Norfolk cor Hampshire 
Welch Cornelius, laborer, h Dana n Broadway 



CAMBRIDGE [ l^T ] DIRECTORY. 171 

Welch David, laborer, h Webster Avenue n Cambridge 
Welch Daniel D. b variety store, Leverett cor Brighton, h 

Columbia cor Washington 
Welch Edward, fish dealer, h Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
Welch Edward, laborer, h near Dublin 
Welch Elizabeth S. Mrs. h Washington cor Columbia 
Welch Francis, laborer, h 3 Vine 
Welch Henry T. carriage painter, Cambridge n Bridge, h 

Cambridge n Willow Place 
Welch Hiram, constable and undertaker, h 103 Otis 
AVelch James, laborer, h Bridge n car house 
Welch John, laborer, h Short, Ward 3 
Welch John, laborer, h Charles n Fourth 
Welch John, stone cutter, h W T elch's Block, Short 
Welch John, laborer, h n Dublin 
Welch John, laborer, h Harvard n Brimmer Block 
Welch John, laborer, h 80 Fourth 
Welch Maurice, laborer, h North n East 
Welch Michael, carpenter, h 6 Washington 
Welch Patrick, tailor, bds Nelligan's, Valentine 
Welch Patrick, b currier, h Hancock n Green 
Welch Richard, laborer, h Webster Avenue n Somerville 
Welch Robert, laborer, h n Dublin 
Welch Thomas, blacksmith, h Palmer 
Welch Thomas J. saloon, Bridge, bds Cambridge 
Welch Walter, stable keeper, h North cor Short 
Welch William, blacksmith, h South n Dunster 
Weld Aaron, watchman Union R R. h Clark cor Harvard 
W T eld John C. carpenter, bds Blood's, Brighton 
Weld John, driver Union R. R. bds Watertown 
Welles Henry C. b attorney at law, 9 Court Square, bds 

North Avenue cor Mellen 
Welles John H. civil engineer, bds North Avenue cor Mel- 
Welles Maria Mrs. h North Avenue cor Mellen 
Welles Thomas R. b clerk, bds North Avenue 
Wellington Addie H. teacher Harvard Grammar School, 

Harvard, bds 40 Norfolk 
Wellington Austin C. b clerk, 192 State, bds Broadway cor 

Prospect 
Wellington Charles W, W. b bookkeeper, 38 Summer, h 

Cottage n River 
Wellington George, b produce dealer, 33 North Market, h 

Columbia n Broadway 
Wellington Heliodorus, clerk, h Moore n Harvard 
Wellington Horatio, (Wellington Brothers) coal dealer, 

Bridge, h ( harlestown 
Wellington Jonas C. b wholesale coal dealer, 116 Milk, h 

Broadway cor Prospect 



17 -J CAMBRIDGE | \Rf ] DIRECTORY. 

Wellington Joseph A. (Wellington Brothei 
Bridge, h 88 Second 

Wellington Joseph I), organ builder, h 137 1-2 Cambridge 

Wellington Joseph V. b Boylston Market, h 18 Tremont 

"Wellington William W. physician, h 4 Temple 

Wellman Samuel E. candy pedler, h Centre cor Hancock 

Wells Augustus R. watchman Union It. 11. h 77 Washing- 
ton 

Wells Benjamin, carpenter, h Winthrop n Brighton 

W T ells Charles A. h 34 Brighton 

Wells i harles F. b restorator, h Orchard 

Wells Daniel Mrs. h Kirkland Place 

Wells Francis Ms. h 24 Green 

W r ells John D. clergyman, bds Milliard n Brattle 

Wells Lucia G. F. Mrs. h Hilliard n Brattle 

Wells Peter F. b (E. Williams k Co.) 208 State, h 1G Green 
cor Magazine 

W T ells Samuel H. b clerk, bds 24 Green 

Wells William Mrs. h Brattle n Fayerweather 

Welts Elijah, britannia ware worker, bds 22 Fifth 

Welts Enos, soap maker, h 22 Fifth 

Wenrich Mary A. Mrs. h Austin cor Essex 

Wentworth Benjamin L. painter, Main cor Prospect, h 
Green n Pleasant 

W r entworth Edwin 0. printer, bds Mrs. Fish's, Western Av- 
enue 

Wentworth Jerome, baker, h 31 Clark 

Wentworth Thomas B. carpenter, bds Green n Pleasant 

.West Catharine B. assistant teacher Webster Grammar 
School, bds Pine n Harvard 

West Eben, b expressman, h Windsor cor Broadway 

W T e?t Levi II. car builder, bds Dunster cor Harvard 

West Margiret Mrs. h 77 Spring 

West Sarah P. Mrs. h Pine n Harvard 

West Thomas B. B. ladder maker, bds 120 Thorndike 

Weston Edward H. apothecary, Cambridge cor So. Third, h 
Otisn Fifth 

Weston William H. apothecary at E. H. Weston's, Cam- 
bridge, h same 

Wetherbee J. Otis, b clerk, bds 25 Brookline 

Wetherbee Jeremiah, h 25 Brookline 

Wetherbee Levi, b produce dealer, 18 City Wharf, h 40 
Second 

Whalen Catherine Mrs. h Charles' Court 

Whalen James, laborer, h Broadway n G. J. R. R. 

Whalen John, laborer, h Broadway Block 

Whalen Mai tin, laborer, h \o North 

Whalen Michael, laborer, h West n Lee 



CAMBRIDGE [ \tf ] DIRECTORY. 173 

Whalen Thoniis, laborer, h Dublin 

Whaley James, laborer, h Broadway n G. J. R. R. 

Whealen Thomas, stereo ty per, bds Mrs. Chandler's, Pleasant 

Wheaton Henry Mrs. h Brattle cor Sparks 

Wheeler Calvin F. b clerk, 45 Franklin, h Pleasant n 

River 
Wheeler C.tlvin F. b clerk, h Pleasant n Western Avenue 
Wheeler Charles, h 68 Fourth 

Wheeler Clark M. b tailor, h Kinnard n Western Avenue 
Wheeler Elijah, h 17 Gore 
Wheeler George, (Pettingill &) blacksmith, Brighton, h 

Otis Place n Mt. Auburn 
Wheeler Samuel shipsmith, h Harrison cor School 
Wheeler John F. b clerk, bds 42 Austin 
Whaeler Jonathan, dry goods, 135 Bridge, h Concord 
Wheeler Lewis, b (& Co.) druggist, 1 Custom House, h 42 

Austin 
Wheeler Lucy J. M s. h 5 Leigh ton Court 
Wheeler Margaret S. Miss, dressmaker, h Dunster n Win- 

throp 
Wheeler Mary A. D. teacher private school, 17 Gore 
Wheeler Paris H. fish dealer, Cambridge cor Fourth, bds 

102 Cambridge 
Wheelock Daniel K. painter, h rear 71 Cambridge 
Wheelock Edward, painter, h Eighth n Spring 
Wheelock John, patent right agent, bds Flanders' Exchange 
Wheelock Samuel A. b clerk, h 52 Elm 
Whicher Alva, box maker, bds 49 Market 
W hidden Henry S. carpenter, h Cambridge n East 
Whippen William, b pump and block maker, h 86 Third 
Whipple John A. b dagueneotypist, 96 Washington, h 

Norton 
W'hipple Lyman W. b clerk, 16 Lindall, bds Main op Dana 
Whipple Milton D. b inventor, 16 Lindall, h Main op Dana 
Whipple Randall M b clerk, 16 Lindall, bds Main op Dana 
Whiilow John S. shoemaker, foreman at Woods's, Harvard 

Row, h Church 
Whitcomb Henry G. clerk, h 84 Spring 
Whitcomb John L. teamster, h Oilman's Wharf, Bridge 
White Charles W. b truss maker, li Third n Cambridge 
White Chester, b agent, h Franklin n Pearl 
White Dennis, laborer, h South o Danster 
White Edward, Laborer, h Moore n Harvard 
White Edward, cigar maker, bds J. White's, Front 
White Edward J, gardener, h Ellery n Broadway 
White Frederick I>. cabinet maker, h Thorndike n Sixth 
White Geo ge, p winter, b Is 3 L2 Main 
White George W. horticulturist, h Ilollis 

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174 C A MBRIDCE [ W ] DIRECTORY. 



"White Hannah M. Mrs. millinery, Main op Irving House, h 

Front n Universalist Church 
White Honora Mrs. h Bridge n Third 
White James, laborer, h Winthrop n Brighton 
White James, laborer, h 5 North 
White James D. grocer, Brighton, h Church 
White John, h Front 

White John P. b cabinet maker, h Hilliard n Brattle 
White Michael, laborer, h Spruce cor Sargent 
White Michael, laborer, h Hampshire n Columbia 
White Patrick, baker, bds Wright's, Mt. Auburn 
White Reuben, teamster, h btwn Washington and Main 
White Stephen, stable keeper, h Rice 
White Stephen A. glass cutter, h Fifth n Vine 
White Thomas, laborer, h DubKn 
White Thomas, laborer, h Dunster n wharf 
White Thomas J. shoe dealer, Harvard Row, h Brattle cor 

School Court 
White William, laborer, h Garden n Chauncy 
White William, laborer, h n Dublin 
White William, glass gilder, h 43 Gore 
White William H. carpenter, h 83 Norfolk 
Whitehouse Melina Mrs. h 24 Winter 
Whiteiey Edward, b warming apparatus, h Broadway op 

Board man 
Whiteiey Eli, expressman, h 51 Washington 
Whiteiey William H. bds 231 Broadway 
Whiten James, painter, bds Hayes's, Church 
Whiten Nathan, b broker, h xlmory n Summer 
Whiting Charles E. b music teacher, 895 Washington n 

Summer cor Prospect 
Whiting Hosea, b 100 Faneuil Hall Market, h Walnut cor 

Brookline 
Whiting Sidney S. jig sawyer, h 24 Fifth 
Whitman Alfred, jr. b oil, 14 Broad, h Williams n Pearl 
Whitman Edmand S. b oil, 44 Broad, h 28 Auburn 
Whitman Ephraim P. b (Wright &) merchant, Congress, h 

Kirkland 
Whitman Francis H. bds E. P. Whitman's, Kirkland 
Whitman Henry, b clerk, 45 Franklin, Ids Williams 
Whitman John, b travelling agent, h Harvard n Colombia 
Whitmore Nathaniel, gun and rifle maker, h Otis n Fifth 
Whitmore Nathaniel G. gun and rifle maker, bds Otis 
Whitney Alvah, soap maker, h 47 Gore 
Whitney Amos, b engineer, h Sydney n Front 
Whitney Anne W. Miss, h Ware n Broadway 
Whitney Augustus A (s. Brackett) furniture dealer, Brat- 
tie Square, bds North Avenue n Porter's Station 



CAMBRIDGE [ \^ ] DIRECTORY. 175 

Whitney Benjamin D. h Ware n Broadway 
Whitney Benjamin W. attorney, Whitney's Building, Brat- 
tle Square, bds North Avenue n Porter's Station 

Whitney Caroline St. Aubyn Mrs. h 44 Franklin 

Whitney Edward T. surveyor, (office at Gale, Dudley & 
Co.'s L. P.) h Auburn n Brookline 

Whitney Hammond Mrs. h Mt. Auburn cor Holyoke Place 

Whitney Henry, bookkeeper New England Glass Works, 
bds 35 Second 

Whitney Henry M. b clerk, 31 Commercial, bds J. S. Whit- 
ney's. Quincy cor Cambridge 

Whitney Jacob, conductor Union R. R. bds Dickman's, 
North Avenue 

Whitney James S. b Collector of the Port cf Boston, h 
Quincy cor Cambridge 

Whitney Joseph, Surveyor, Civil Engineer and City Treas- 
urer, h 73 Fourth 

Whitney Martin, baker, Wood's W T ooden Block, Main, h 
Douglass n Austin 

Whitney Nathaniel It. assistant clerk, office Clerk Court, 
Court House, h Belmont 

Whitney Richard D. carpenter, bds North Avenue n Shep- 
ard 

Whitney Samuel, ladder maker, h 135 Gore 

Whitney Susannah Mrs. h North Avenue n Porter's Sta- 
tion 

Whitney William L. Treasurer Savings Institution, office 
Whitney's Building, Brattle Square, h Ash 

"Whitney William L. box maker, hill Harvard 

Whiten John P. b grocer, 24 Broad, h 563 Main 

Whiton John W. b clerk, bds 563 Main 

Whittemore Amos, machinist, Brookline, h 40 Norfolk 

Whittemore Amos, jr. expressman, h 65 Thorndike 

Whittemore Benjamin B. b clerk, 37 Coruhill, h Washing- 
ton cor Pine 

Whittemore George C. oakum manufacturer, Brookline, h 
Walnut n Sydney 

Whittemore George H. bds G. W. Whittemore's, Harvard 

Whittemore George W. h 27 Faneuil Hill Market, h Har- 
vard n Ha:. 

Whittemore Joseph, Casaier Cambridge Bank, bds Front 
cor Sydney 

Whittemore Samuel, expressman, h 51 Go»e 

Whittemor 1 < Sornhill, h 

ington cor Cherry 

Whittemore Thomas J. b clerk Custom House, bda 

bh Avenue 



L76 CAMBRIDGE [ "W ] DIKIOTOBT. 

Whittemore William I>. expressman, li 31 dark 
Whitten George A. organ maker, at Stevens's, bds B< 
Whittier [saae F. organ maker, at Stevens's, li Ch 

toWIl 

Whittier Joseph W. carpenter, h ( .»7 Norfolk 

Whittier True (J. clerk, h Gardner o Prospect 

Wholley .lames, jr. Laborer, li North 

Whorf John B. bookbinder, h Magazine n Walnut 

Whoriskey John, stone cutter, h 17 Winter 

Whoriskey Patrick, stone cutter, h 22 Winter 

Whoriskey Richard, stone cutter, h IS Winter 

Wiggin Charles, b pianoforte maker, h Front n Village 

Wiggin Daniel II. bookbinder, bols Mrs. Brown's, River 

Wiggin Ira W. h 29 River 

W'iggin James B. pianoforte maker, h Webster Street 

Place 
Wiggin John H. attorney, 10 Savings Bank Building, 

School, h Inman n Austin 
Wight Henry, b (Kimball &) shoe dealer, 43 Winter, h 

143 Cambridge 
Wight Lydia Mrs. h 108 Thorndike 
Wight Moses, b portrait painter, 228 Washington, bds 108 

Thorndike 
Wilbur Flias, boiler maker, h 5 Vine 
Wilbur John, fireman, bds Snell's, Bridge 
Wilcox David, b hatter, h 46 Spring 
Wilde William S. blacksmith, h Main, L. P. 
Wilder Cyrus D. (& D. Wilder,) shoe store, Main cor Nor- 
folk, bds Washington n Norfolk 
Wilder David, (C. D. &) shoe_store, Main, cor Norfolk, h 

Washington n Norfolk 
Wilder Fisher A. b rosin oil dealer, 36 Fulton, h 15 Essex 
Wilder Henry C. machinist, h Front 
W'ilder James C. painter, sexton and funeral undertaker, 

Main n Prospect, h River 
Wilder James S. b wharfinger, Constitution Wharf, h N rth 

Avenue cor Shepard 
Wilder John, attorney at law, Jamaica Plain, bds E. J. 

Loomis's, Sacramento 
Wilder John, baker, h Harvard cor Boardman 
Wilder Miry W. F. Mrs. bds EL J. Loomis's, Sacramento 
Wildes George W. clerk, Fresh Pond House 
Wild 1, b \S Devonshire, bds Fresh Pond House 

Wildes Sarah J. Mrs. h 84 Gore 
Wildes William, b wine merchant, 40 Elm, (Wildes & Get- 

chell) keeper Fresh Pond B 
Wiley Abraham S. ap >thecary, Harvard Block, Harvard 

Square, h Trowbridge n Broadway 



CAMBRIDGE [ Xfif ] DIRECTORY. 177 

Wilkins Heber C. machinist, bds Bixby.'s, Windsor 
Wilkinson Arthur, b (Stetson & Co.) dry goods, 51 and 53 

Franklin, h Harvard n Dana 
Wilkinson Thomas, glass maker, h Fifth n Gore 
Wilkinson William, glass maker, h Fifth n Gore 
Wilkshire William, gas-fitter, Main cor Windsor, h Windsor 

n Main 
Will William, machinist, h Spring cor Sixth 
Willard Abel, h Mt. Auburn cor Ash 

V, illard Charles, b clerk, 10 Merchants Row, h 17 Auburn 
Willard Edwin, haskman, bds Brattle House 
Willard Ephraim S. physician, h North Avenue n Forest 
Willard Joseph A. b assistant clerk in Superior Court for 

Suffolk, h Charles cor Allston 
Willard Lizzie, assistant teacher Allston Alphabet School, 

bds Charles cor Allston 
Willard Lucy Mrs. h Mt. Auburn n Dunster 
Willard Samuel L. carpenter, h Wendall n North Avenue 
Wilcomb Charles L. shipmaster, h 51 Thorndike 
Wilcomb George, b (Manning, Glover & Co.) feather 

dealer, &c. 49 North Market, h Avon n Linnaean 
Willet George, instructor, House of Correction, h rear 50 

Thorndike 
W T illey John C. turnkey at jail, h Thorndike n Third 
Williams Abigail Mrs. h Brighton cor South 
Williams Anthony, teamster, bds 315 Main 
Willams Edward F. stereotyper, h Blackstone n River 
Williams George H. mariner, h Columbia n Hampshire 
Williams Henry A. pilot, h Portland n Hampshire 
Williams J. Albert, b bookkeeper, h Jay n River 
Williams James, b brass finisher, h 136 Bridge 
Williams James M. b bookkeeper, 9 Tremont Row, bds Mc 

Clure's, Lee 
Williams Jane Mrs. washerwoman, ha Columbia n Hamp- 
shire, in rear 
Williams John, blacksmith, h Main n Harrison 
Williams John, blacksmith, h Valentine n Brookline 
Williams John, carpenter, h South n Brighton 
Williams John M. S. b (Glidden &) 111' State, h Main cor 

Dana 
Williams Joseph, b (Burditt & Williams) hardware, 20 

Dock Square, h Trowbridge cor Broadway 
Williams Mary Mrs. i » i s Trowbridge cor Broadway 
Wiliams Thomas, Laborer, h Broadway n 11. EL crossing 
Williams Thomas, 1 abi rer, h Hampshire n Portland 
Williams William, bru8hmaker, bds Hubbard's, Second 
Willis George B. tin plate worker, h 7<> Fourth 
Willis Stillman, h Mt. Auburn n Mt. Auburn Cemetery 



178 OAM B B I D G B [ W ] DI1 



Williston Lyman EL Principal High School, fa Erring n Cam- 
bridge 
Wilson Albert, engineer, h 22 Fifth 
Wilson Alexander, engineer, h rear Cambridge n Will 
Wilson Bridget Mrs. h Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Wilson George II. mariner, h Portland 
Wilson .lames 0. printer, bdfi Western Avenue 
Wilson .lames (). printer, bda .Mrs. WardwelPs, Western 

Avenue 
Wilson James T. cabinet maker, h 7 Harrison 
Wilson John, b bookkeeper, h Trowbridge D Broadway 
Wilson John C. turner, h 133 Gore 
Wilson Joshua, printer, h Jay n River 
Wilson Robert, h 2 Brimmer Block, Harvard 
Wilson Royal, carpenter, bda Shepard n Avon 
Wilson Thomas A. moulder, h 22 Brooks' Buildings 
Wilson William, rope maker, h Columbia n Somerville 
Winchenbach Henry J. b grocer, 182 Broad, h Kinnard n 

Western Avenue 
Winchester E. A. & W. (C. Berkley Johnson, T. B. Win- 
chester, C. R. Johnson, and S. S.Winchester,) soap, 
candles and provisions, Water n Bridge, b 1G South 
Market 
Wing William A. tailor, h 10 Hastings 
Winlow Adam, glass maker, h 39 Winter 
Winnett Anna J. assistant teacher W T ebster Primary School, 

Webster, bds 134 Harvard 
Winnett Jason, b Traveller Office, h 134 Harvard 
Winnett Lizzie B. teacher Allston Grammar School, Board- 
man, bds 134 Harvard 
Winship Cynthia, Miss, h 60 Columbia 
Win slow John B. Superintendent Lowell R. R. h 53 Thorn- 
dike 
Winslow Lewis R. overseer Boston and Lowell repair shop, 

h 166 Cambridge 
Winslow William D. b clerk, h Sumner 
Winter Charles, h Pine n Harvard 
Winterbottom William, laborer, h Short n Xorth 
Winward Jesse, bone dealer, h 95 Vine 
Wiseman Edward, laborer, h Elm n Hampshire 
Wiseman Robert, laborer, h West n In man 
Wiseman Thomas, laborer, h rear Clark 
Witham William, carpenter, bds Mrs. McXorton's, Brigh- 
ton 
Withoman Ferdinand, cabinet maker, b Is Fifth cor Cam- 
bridge 
Witherell Freeman C. (William Witherell & Co.) fish mar- 
ket, 370 Main, h Austin Street Court 



CAMBRIDGE [ \XT ] DIRECTORY. 170 

Witherell William, (William Witherell & Co.) fish market, 

370 Main, h Austin Street Court 
Withey Simeon 13. carpenter, Brattle cor Story, h Story cor 

Brattle 
Withington Martha, Mrs. h Bristol n Hampshire 
Withington Thomas S. laborer, h 6 Brooks's Buildings 
Wolff Louis, printer, bds 54 River 

Wood Alfred, (& Hall) grocer, Harvard Row, h Chauncy 
Wood Caleb, (Denton &) blank book manufacturer, Maga- 
zine, h 16 Tremont 
Wood Charles, h 18 Tremont 

Wood Charles P. b clerk, h North Avenue n Everett 
Wood David H. carpenter, h Charles River n Mt. Auburn 
Wood Elizabeth, Mrs. h 28 Winter 
Wood Frederick, b tailor, 55 Washington, h Maple 
Wood George, b expressman, h Short 

Wood Jonas, shoe dealer, Harvard Row, bds Wood's, Chauncy 
Wood Joseph, cabinet maker, h 20 Brooks's Buildings 
Wood Matthew F. b lamp and oil dealer, 46 Water, h Maga- 
zine n Hamilton 
Wood Samuel, pedler, h Hampshire cor Amory 
Wood Sophronia S. Mrs. h 104 Cambridge 
Wood Thomas, glass maker, bds Fifth n Gore 
Wood Thomas, shoemaker, Bridge, bds Boston 
Wood William H. machinist, h 6 Auburn Court 
Woo lard Jonas, charcoal dealer, Charlestown, Prison Point 

Bridge, h 121 Cambridge 
Woodbeck Alanson, laborer, h Sargent 
Woodbridge John, butcher, h North Avenue n Meacham 
Woodbury Enos A. clerk, bds 417 Main 
Woodbury Israel, teamster, h 127 Washington 
Woodbury Mary R. Mrs. h Church n Brattle 
Woodcock Samuel II. machinist, h 43 Spring 
Woodcock Vernal A. fireman Lowell R. R. bds rear 36 Gore 
Woodland William, laborer, li Harvard D Chestnut 

Lman Charles, (& Denton) pianoforte maker, State, h 
76 Columbia 
Woodman Elizabeth, Mis. h Green n Bay 
Woodman Ephraim W. bda Bean's, Orchard 
Woodman G ue cutter, h 60 Cambridge 

Woodman George B. carver, bds Fourth cor Spring 
Woodruff John, rope maker, h Short n Magazine 
Woods Amory, b clerk, \ Milk, bda State 
Woods Frederick, teamster, h Broadway n Davis 
Woods George, l> musical instrument maker, h Williams n 

Pearl 
Woods Richard, printer, bds ;'>7'J Main 
Woodward Eleanor T. M s. l>. School d Windsor 



180 Oi M B B i D G i: | W ] DIBB< DO! 

Woodward Frederick El. b 10 Franklin, h Magazine 

Perry 
Woodward James II. surveyor of lumber, h Russell 
Woodworth Alfred S. b (-J. B. Brigham & Co.) commu 

merchant, 40 Central, h Prospect n Harvard 
Woodworth Charles, Mrs. bds A. A. Hildreth's, Ham] 

cor Clark 
Woolson James A. b (Win. Chaflin & Co.) 172 Cong 

bds 12 Worcester 
Worcester Asa, brush maker, h Sixth ti Thorndike 
Worcester Joseph E. lexicographer, h Brattle n Craigie 
Work George II. carpenter, h rear 73 Cambridge 
Work John, (Jesse Hall & Sons) Hall's Wharf, h Leighton 

Court 
Work Thomas, newspaper dealer, 350 Main, h same 
Work William, newspaper carrier,* bds 318 Main 
W r orster John, b provision dealer, 13 South Market, h Lin- 

nsean 
Worstcr John E b clerk, bds Linnooan n Bowdoin 
Wright Andrew, laborer, h rear Walnut Street Court 
Wright Chauncey, computer, Nautical Almanac office, 

rooms Little's Block, Harvard Square 
Wright Daniel, box maker, h Cambridge n Windsor 
Wright David N. Mrs. h Wright cor Norton 
Wright Edmund, b clerk, 47 Chatham, h 84 Austin 
Wright Edmund F. bread pedler, h Winter Street Place cor 

Winter 
Wright Farwell, stairbuilder, Avon, h Wright 
Wright George, laborer, h Walnut Street Place n Magazine 
Wright Henry A. cabinet maker, h 44 Spring 
Wright Samuel J. carpenter, h Meacharn n North Avenue 
Wright Ward E. botanic physician, h Pleasant cor Main 
Wright Warren, farmer, at Almshouse 
Wright William, baker, Mt. Auburn n Brighton, h same 
Wyatt Albert N. tin pedler, h 22 Second 
Wyeth Andrew N. b freight master Fitchburg R. R. h near 

Raymond 
Wyeth Benjamin F. undertaker, h Brattle Square 
"Wyeth Elizabeth, Miss, h Mt. Auburn op Cemetery Gate 
Wyeth James H. grocer, 5 Brattle, bds Brattle west of Fayer- 

weather 
Wyeth John, farmer, h Mt. Auburn op Cemetery Gate 
Wyeth Jonas, farmer, h Brattle west of Fayerweather 
Wyeth Jonas, 2d, h Raymond 

Wyeth Mary, Miss, h Mt. Auburn op Cemetery Gate 
"Wyeth Nathaniel J. Mrs. h Wyeth's Lane near Fresh Pond 

House 
Wyman Charles T. b bookkeeper, h Avon n Shepard 



CAMBRIDGE [YZ] DIRECTORY. 181 

Wyman Charles W. mariner, bds A. II. Stevens's, Water 
Wyman Henry J. coal dealer, Bridge, h 146 Cambridge 
Wyman Jeffries, Hersey Professor of Anatomy, H. U. h Brat- 
tle cor Willard 
Wyman Morrill, physician, office Church, h Sparks 
Wyman Rebecca C. teacher Otis Grammar School, bds 116 

Cambridge 
Wyman William, wood and coal, Bridge, h 146 Cambridge 

Young Eliza J. Mrs. h Pleasant cor Webster Place 
Young Jacob K. machinist, h Clark n School 
Young John, carpenter, h Hancock n Franklin 
Young Joseph W. painter, h Hampshire n Columbia 
Young Josiah, carpenter, bds E. C. Carpenter's, Hamilton 
Young Liona, laborer, h Garden n Concord Avenue 
Young Richard, shoemaker, h Harvard cor Pine 
Young Samuel D. bookbinder, h Sydney n Front 
Young Sarah E. Miss, h Garden op Waterhouse 
Youngman Adolph, printer, h Blackstone 

Zeigler John, willow basket maker, h Mt. Auburn n Lowell 
Zenone Anthony, gardener, h n Catholic Church, Concord 

Avenue 
Zirngiebel Denys, gardener, at Botanic Garden, h Raymond 



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APOTHECARIES 
Bailey Samuel, Third cor Gore 
Bay ley Augustus R. Main cor Essex 
Longshaw William, 77 Cambridge 
Mead Jacob, 127 Bridge 

Nason James B. North Avenue n Porter's station 
Orne Joel S. Main n Universalis^ Church 
Ramsay Alexander H. 1 Brattle * 
Studley Joseph, 353 Main cor Austin 
Thorndike Edward, 419 Main 
Weston E. H. Cambridge cor South Third 
W r ley Abraham S. Harvard Block, Harvard 

ARCHITECTS. 
Dennison H B. 80 Cambridge 

ARTISTS. 

Scott John W. A. Pleasant cor Cottage 
Sprague Isaac, Avon n Linnrean 
Titcomb W. H. Centre n Hancock 

AUCTIONEERS. 

Barbour & Son, 493 Main 

Brown William, Harvard Square cor Dunster 

Knights Samuel C. Western Avenue 

Munroe William A. 81 Cambridge 

Swett Lewis C. Main cor Magazine 

BACON WORKS. 

Hovey F. & Co. Main op Cherry 
Howe & Teele, Main op Windsor 
Squire J. P. & Co. Gore n Somerville 

BAKERS AND BREAD STORES. 

Ball Elijah, Elm n Broadway 
Gardner John W. KJl Cambridge 
Gould William, 49 Cambridge 
Harlow Andrew B. 438 Harvard 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 183 

Kennedy Artemas, (crackers) 336 Main 
Newmarch Joseph, Harvard cor Clark and 122 Cambridge 
Thurston, Hall & Co. (crackers) Cambridge n Prospect 
Wright William, Mt. Auburn n Brighton 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Blake Darius, North Avenue n Porter's 

Brown R. C. Main cor Court, L. P. 

Cutter James H. (carriage smith) North Avenue n Porter's 

Davis Solomon A. Cambridge n Flanders' Exchange 

Day Stephen, Cambridge n First 

Finnegan Hugh, 288 Main 

Henderson Robert, North Avenue 

Jones Andrew J. Palmer cor Church 

Kennedy Daniel, Webster Avenue cor Windsor 

Lamb James, Western Avenue n Main 

Lehan Daniel, Gore 

McCarty Timothy, Cambridge n Prospect 

Mcintosh George, Main n Austin 

Nutting & Prescott, Palmer 

Pettingill & Wheeler, Brighton 

Robinson Joel, Gore junc Bridge 

Sheen John, Cambridge 

Smith & Conners, Main 

Spelman Malachi M. Cambridge n Columbia 

BOARDING HOUSES. 

Brown Mary A. 1 Front 

Burton Matilda Mrs. Cambridge cor Fourth 

Caldwell Almira Mrs. 95 Cambridge 

Caldwell Rebecca Mrs. Fourth n Cambridge 

Flemming Mary J. Mrs. Brighton op Eliot 

Mason Mary T 28 East 

Merrill John Mrs. Main n Universalist Church 

Molyneux Susannah, Main n Brookline 

Mumler Lucinda Mrs. Howard, Ward 1 

Newcomb Betsey, 6 Green 

Reynolds Caroline, Windsor n Webster Avenue 

Stevens Moses, Railway Station, Harvard Square 

BOOKBINDERS. 

Denton & Wood, Magazine 
Learned Lucian S. Main cor Lee 
Lemon, Fields <N: Co, Riverside 
McDonald & Sons, Holyoke dot Harvard 



184 BUS! I i. 98 Dl B BOTOBT, 



BOOKSELLERS. 

( lambridge 
Hunuewell William, (school) Cambridge d Third 
M anroe James & ('<». Harvard Square 
Nilefl Daniel W. Wood's Block, Main 
Sever & Francis, Harvard Square 

BOOTS AND SHOES. 

Clark Thomas, North Avenue n Porter's Siation 

Claussen P. N. Brighton n Harvard Si^uare 

Danforth Otis, Harvard Square 

Durant Reuben, Main cor Temple 

Duris Daniel, Valentine n Brookline 

Dwyer John, 1^3 Bridge 

Fitzpatrick James, Mt. Auburn cor Dunster 

Guyer Lewis B. Cambridge cor Third 

Harris Thomas, Magazine n Park 

Hayes Alvin, Wood's Wooden Block, Main 

Hughes Alexander, 147 Bridge 

Moeschlin Frederick, Harvard n Clark 

Reed & Hobbs, 131 Bridge 

Bolide Joseph, 347 Main 

Russell Nathan, Main op Essex 

Sampson William P. Douglass's Block, Main 

Sawyer Joshh, Brookline n Auburn 

White Thomas J. 2 Harvard Row, Harvard Square 

Wilder Cyrus D. & D. Main cor Norfolk 

Wood Jonas, Harvard Row, Harvard Square 

BOX MAKERS. 

Burgess & Stevens, at Osborn's, State 
Mitchell L. D. Hampshire junc Broadway 
Page George G. junc Broadway and Hampshire 
Simpson W. E. & B. Broadway, L. P. 

BRASS FINISHERS. 
J. H. AValworth k Co. Main 

BREW T ERS. 
Harvard Brewery, Fifth n Thorndike 
Burt Riverius V. Cambridge n East 

BRICK MAKERS. 

Dana & Parker, n Fitchburg and Lexington R. R. 
Sands John L. Concord Avenue 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 185 



BRUSH MAKERS. 

Clark & Packard, (feather) 58 Cambridge n Second 
County of Middlesex, at House of Correction 
Harvey, Burton & Co. 91 Gore 
Sheriii' & Eastham, Main n Harrison 

CABINET MAKERS. 

Bicknell Joseph G. Main n Columbia 

DeQuedville John, Brighton n Mt. Auburn 

Ellis John A. & Co. Gore 

Graves George, jr. Second n Cambridge 

Grover & Brother, State 

Hixon Edward, Harvard 

Swett Lewis C. Main cor Magazine 

CARPENTERS. 

Bennink Gerritt, 44 Tremont 

Blodgett & Rhoades, Norfolk n Broadway 

Buck Silas B. Cambridge n Bridge 

Clark Ozias, 63 South Fourth 

Clark Simon P. Cherry n School 

Cutler George H. Cambridge cor Sumner 

Cutler Isaac, Cambridge cor Sumner 

Dudley John, Market 

Flint S. & B. K. School Court 

Frazer J B. Cambridge n Seventh 

Gault Benjamin F. Harvard cor Essex 

Gault & Hanson, Harvard cor Essex 

Grant Elijah, Hampshire June Broadway 

Grant Job N. 188 Cambridge 

Hancock Charles E. Western Avenue 

Hayes Luther S. Dunster n Mt. Auburn 

Hutchinson Erastus, Spruce 

Jenkins Nathaniel, 3 Broadway 

Ladd Willard, Concord Avenue 

Lane & Day, Palmer 

Litchfield Roland, 33 Auburn 

Littlefield & Shepherd, Brighton n Eliot 

Marvin William J. Austin 

Nbrria Will am IL. T. Franklin n Pleasant 

Pendexter Charles, Fourth <.'<>i- Thorndike 

Perkins Levi, Brighton 

Rioker Jerediah, River cor Williams 
Ricker Hoe *, liver cor Auburn 
Riven Lsaac II. 71 Columbia 
Rollins Nicholas I'. Pleasant n City Hall 
Banders Samuel, Clark 

If,* 



186 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Shaw Lewis, junc Hampshire and Broadway 

Sparrow James II. Auburn Court 

Staples James, Brighton 

Stevens Albert & Co. Mt. Auburn 

Stewart Erie W. Pine n Harvard 

Stiles Stephen, North Avenue n Spruce 

Trow Francis R. Brattle 

Ware Wesley, 39 Columbia 

Winn Francis W. Palmer 

Withey Simeon B. Brattle cor Story 

CARPET MAKERS. 

Allen Mary, Dunster n College Wharf 
Jones Harriet, 10 Windsor 



CARRIAGE BUILDERS. 

Allen Walter M. North Avenue op Porter's 
Chapman Francis L. Brattle n Palmer 
Martin William H. Main n Austin 
Welch Henry T. Cambridge n Bridge 

CARRIAGE PAINTERS. 

Belcher George G. Main n Austin 

Nutting Ephraim M. Palmer 

Welch Henry T. Cambridge n Bridge 

CEMENT MANUFACTURERS. 

Nudd Jacob, Williams 

Waitt E. L. Main n head of Windsor 

CIGAR MAKERS. 

Busnach Michael, Main op Brookline 
Dowd Andrew, Harvard cor Norfolk 
Hammond Nathaniel 0. 151 Bridge 
Howlett William, Main 
LeFrancis, P. & T. Main cor Windsor 
W r hite John, Main n Norfolk 
Witham Thomas, 22 Jennings 

CIRCULATING LIBRARIES. 

Barker William, Cambridge n Baptist Church 
Niles Daniel W. Wood's Block, Main 
Sever & Francis, Harvard Square 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 187 

CIVIL ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS. 

Babbitt William E 31 Fourth 
Chase J. G. 52 Windsor 
Folsom Charles W. Berkeley 
Mason William A. & Co. 469 Main 
Whitney Joseph, 73 South Fourth 

CLERGYMEN. 

Albro John A. Holyoke cor Holyoke Place 

Allen George E. Williams n River 

Branagan F. X. South Fourth 

Carruthers William, at Mrs. Prentiss's, North Avenue 

Dougherty M. P. Concord Avenue 

Harrington Henry F. 6 Centre 

Haven Gilbert, Gardner n Prospect 

Hoppin Nicholas, Follen 

Howe Moses A. 100 Cambridge 

Marsters John M. Orchard 

Mason Sumner R. Pleasant n Main 

Newell William, Berkeley 

Page William P. 92 Prospect 

Peabody Andrew P. Quincy cor Harvard 

Pervear Hiram K. 103 Otis 

Pry or John, Berkeley 

Rugg Henry W. 94 Otis 

Skinner Charles A. 34 Windsor 

Ware John F. W. Harvard cor Inman 

CLOTHING STORES. 

Bartlett William B. .Harvard Row 

Brine Robert, jr. Cambridge cor Second 

Brine William, Bridge n Flanders' Exchange 

Carlin John, Bridge 

Higgins, James, Cambridge 

Jennnigs John D. Main op Pearl 

Kelly Amasa S. Main op Pearl 

Kimball William & Co. Harvard Row 

McGill Thomas, Cambridge 

Roaf Robert N. Main n Pearl 

COAL, WOOD, &c. 
Brooks Wm. & Co. Bridge n Bay State Glass House 

& Cummings (charcoal), Bridge junc Cambridge 
Lerned v\: Son, Broadway junc Main 
1 i Skinner, Main n West Boston Bridge 

Richardson & Gooch, College Wharf 



1 B8 BU81 \ i: s s D i it I C I B v . 

Smith M. L. Main L. P. 

Wellington Brothers, Bridge op PrL* n Point Bridge 

Wyman William, Bridge 

CONFECTIONERS. 
Clark Benjamin P. 81 Franklin 
Flint William Mrs. Broadway d Windsor 
McEUroy William, 486 Earvard d Bolyoke 

COPPERSMITHS. 
Buckley D. A. 374 Main 

COUNSELLORS. 

Edwards Abraham, Douglass's Block, Main 

Hudson & Porter, Main op Magazine 

Livermore George W. 354 Main 

Muzzey H. W. & D. P. Main cor Norfolk 

Marrett Lorenzo, Bark Building, Cambridge 

Richardson James P. Main op Irving House 

Ripley & Folsom, Cambridge n Second 

Tyler Joseph H. Court House 

Whitney Benjamin W. Whitney's Building, Brattle Square 

CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE. 

Hovey H. N. Gore cor Third 
Hunnewell William, Cambridge n Third 
Hyde Edward, Main n Prospect 
Munroe William A. 81 Cambridge 
Palmer John, Gore cor Second 
Read John o& Co. Harvard Square 
Welch D. D. Main n Columbia 

DAGUERREOTYPES, AMBROTYPES, &c. 

Cannon John, saloon, Cambridge op Post Office 
Harley & Metoalf, Main cor Inman 
Page Carlos L. Wood's Block, Main 

DENTISTS. 

Allen Wilkes, Brattle cor Hilliard 
Backus George P. Main cor Essex 
Bullock C. Buckley's Building, Main 
Dillingham A. W. 1 Brattle 
Harris Edward N. Main n Pearl 
Simonds James L. Main n Hancock 
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 189 



DISTILLERS. 

Boston Chemical Works, Cambridge n Windsor 
Cunningham, Sortwell & Co. Cambridge n Windsor 

DRESSMAKERS. 

Anderson Eliza, Tliorndike btwn Fourth and Fifth 

Andrews Margaret, Brattle n James 

Bigelow Arethusa, 5 Auburn 

Bixby Eliza A. In man n Broadway 

Blair Catherine S. 63 Sixth 

Boardman Sarah L 39 Columbia 

Bowman Harriet C. D'Wolf n Mt. Auburn 

Callender Frances, Douglass's Block, Main 

Carmichael Ann, Fifth 

Carruth Mary J. 62 River 

Cloutman Abby P. 1 Prospect 

Cottle Mary Joy, 3 Auburn Court 

Crammond Jane, 84 Austin 

Creelman Isabella Mrs. 24 Brooks's Buildings, School 

Daniels Eliza C. 391 Main 

Dearborn Clara H. Elm n Hampshire 

Dunn Maria, Mt. Auburn cor Brighton 

Fowler Mittie S. James cor Brattle 

French Abba H. 133 Cambridge 

Hardy Betsey Mrs. 32 Pearl 

Landers Joanna, Harvard Square 

Leathe Malinda, State 

Lord Joanna, Harvard Square 

Lovett Catherine, Brattle n Appian Way 

McClune Anna, bds Crabbie's 

McFarland Susan, bds Mrs. Beals's, Church 

Nelson Rebecca, Main n Prospect 

Pierce Abby R. Cambridge n Fourth 

Pratt William A. Mrs. Main junc Austin 

Rhoades Marcia L. at Gales's, School Court 

Kicker Sabrina, Franklin 

Robbing Elvina E. 11 Norfolk 

its Anna E. Main op City Hall 
RnsseU Miry B. '.':'. Cambridge 

er Mary, Columbia cor Harvard 
Smith Caroline, Livermore n Linooln 
Smith Catherine, Howard n Mt. Auburn 
Suum. 3. Cambridge d Fourth 

Swain M< citable I- < >ak d Cambi 

Sarah B. Ma'm n City Hall 

Tinkham Clara M. Essex n Main 
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Wheeler Margaret (J Dossier d Winthrop 
White Stephen, Mrs. Fifth n Spring 
Wright Jane, 629 Main 

DRV GOODS, 

Bates John S. Main n 1 

Cokley Thomas, Gore n Third 

Folsom Charles D. ~> } > Cambridge 

Gibson Ann M. Wood's WoodeD Block 

Hyde Edward, l v l Main 

Lord T. B. & Co. 434 Harvard 

Read John & Co. Harvard Square 

Saunders F. E. Harvard Block, Harvard Square 

Thurston John C. 44") Main 

Wheeler Jonathan, 125 Bridge 

EXPRESSES. 

Bettinson James W. Post Office, East Cambridge 

Brigham J. M. order box, Post Office, Main 

Conant George H. North Cambridge 

Cooper & Co. Harvard Square 

Danforth H. (furniture mover) Prospect n Broadway 

Drown J. P. Kinsley's Store, Cambridge 

Hayes Henry, 2 Harvard Row 

Hayward & Co. Green rear HoIiups's store 

Holt & Cragin, Cambridge n Seventh 

Jones & Co. Harvard Square 

Livermore Kidder A. order box 6 Harvard Square 

Parker M. Broadway , 

Parker Thomas, Appian Way 

Parkes J. H. D'Wolf 

Sawin Daniel H. W. Harvard Square 

Tibbets Israel, Winter n Fifth 

Waitt Freeman C. 18 Cottage 

Wkittemore Amos, HunnewelPs, Cambridge 

FANCY GOODS. 

Barker Edward, Cambridge n Fourth 
Callender Charles A. 391 Main 
Dowd Amelia, Harvard cor Norfolk 
Fogg Andrew, 79 Cambridge 
Hatch Mrs. 321 Main 
Turner George R. Main n Norfolk 

FISH DEALERS. 

Fellows Cyrus, Magazine n Main, and near Brattle Square 
Harding 0. & Co. Broadway cur Norfolk 
Witherell & Co. 370 Main 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 191 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 
Brown B. II. 411 Main 
Dearing George A. & Co. Harvard Square 
Graves George, Cambridge cor Second 
Kernan James, Brattle 
Munroe William A. 81 Cambridge 
Oxford Charles W. 471 Main 
Welch D. D. Main n Columbia 
Whitney & Brackett, Brattle 

GAS FITTINGS AND FIXTURES. 

Adams John P. 442 Harvard 

Dickson R. W. 467 Main 

Wilkshire William, Main cor Windsor 

GLASS AND BRITANNIA WARE MANUFACTURERS. 

Bay State Glass Co. Bridge, b 44 Kilby, S. Slocomb, Agent 
New England Glass Co. North, b 45 Batterymarch, J. N. 

Howe, Agent 
Draper P. & Co. (britannia) foot of Otis 

GRAIN, HAY, &c. 

Atwill John B. North Avenue n Walden 

Brooks, W T illiam & Co. Bridge n Bay State Glass House 

Davis & Bates, Main op Norfolk 

Hastings & Lawrence, Bridge cor East 

Luke E. II. Main n West Boston Bridge 

Sawin George W. junc Harvard & Main 

Train Edmund, Bridge cor East 

Wellington & Co. Bridge 

GROCERS. 
Atwill John B. North Avenue cor Walden 
Averill Joseph W. Cambridge cor Willow Place 
Babb Nathaniel, Fifth n Thorndike 
Barbour A. L. ,v Co. 493 Main 
Billings Leonard, Main c<.-r Harrison 
Boyle John, Cambridge cor Windsor 
Burridge Joseph, Mum, L. l\ 
I !a le 1 1 879 Main 

Carruth ( ba lea E. 6 1 River 
Chandler John A. Main cor Windsor 
Crane John, Brighton oor Mt. Auburn 
Cunningham < >wen, Green d Bay 

Fairfield K. 127 I 
Dennison & Co. Spring c >r Fourth 
Pexter Joe sph, 



VJ'2 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Durgin James, North Avenue n Porter's Station 

Haley Patrick, 8 Vine 

Haselton George, Harvard n Main 

Hastings & Lawrence, Bridge cor East 

Holmes J. A. & I. C. Main cor Magazine 

Holt Varnum S. & Co. Main cor Norfolk 

Hovey H. N. Gore cor Third 

Hovey J. Dana, Main n Brookline 

Hughes Alexander, 147 Bridge 

Hunnewell William, 71 Cambridge 

James Samuel, Main n Norfolk 

Jenness Jonathan, Main n Pioneer 

Kelley Daniel, Cambridge n Windsor 

Kerr William, River n Harrison Avenue 

Kinsley C. B. cor Third 

Maginn John, Brighton n Harvard Square 

Marsden James, 313 Main 

Marston & Connell North Avenue n Porter's 

Martin Frederick, 337 Main 

Mason John, Windsor n Harvard 

Messer & Sons, 281 Main 

O'Connor Daniel, Hampshire n Davis 

Palmer John, Gore cor Second 

People's Union, 138 Bridge 

Punch Philip, 136 Bridge 

Ricker Veasey P. Harvard cor Clark 

Rourk Gamalia P. 36 Washington 

Ryder Salathiel N. Cambridge cor In man 

Sanderson & Richardson, Harvard cor Holyoke 

Sawyer Eusebius, Columbia 

Seavey & Brown, Main cor "Western Avenue 

Sexton & Brother, 115 Bridge 

Stevens A. H. jr. Bridge cor Water 

Stewart Alonzo, Cambridge cor Fourth 

Thompson George, Washington n Main 

Train E. Bridge cor East 

Wait John B. Cambridge cor Webster Avenue 

Wood & Hall, 5 Harvard Row 

Wyeth James H. 5 Brattle 

GUN AND RIFLE MAKERS. 
Whitmore Nathaniel, Cambridge n Third 

HAIRDRESSERS. 
Benson Henry J. H. 37 and 87 Cambridge 
Bently John, 55 Cambridge 
Burr Lemuel, Main cor Essex 
Haddow James L. Irving House, Main 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 193 

Howard Peter M. Main n Pearl 

Pike George S. 343 Main 

Sands George M. Brighton n PTarvard Square 

Stevens John C. Main cor Prospect 

HARDWARE. 

Chamberlin Daniel U. 412 Main n Magazine 
Donnell & Moore, 15 Brattle 
Estes Ivory P. Harvard Square 
Knapp Robert J. P. Spring cor Fourth 
Nutting Jonathan D. Main op Norfolk 
Palmer John, Gore cor Second 
Price James M. 25 Cambridge n Second 
Towne & Fuller, Main n Essex 

HARNESS MAKERS. 

Buckpitt John, 308 Main 
Hancock Belcher, Main cor Pearl 
Snow Benjamin B. Cambridge n First 
Tucker Ebenezer, Brattle n Harvard Square 

HATS AND CAPS. 

Dallinger Charles, Main op Pearl 
Kimball William & Co. Harvard Row 
Murtagh Daniel, 145 Bridge 
Pettingill William H. Second cor Thorndike 
Wood Jonas, Harvard Row 

ICE DEALERS. 

Black William, Irving Place cor Foster 
Bright Horace O. 8 Broadway, L. P. 
Peirce & Hall, op Lechmere Square 

ICE TOOL MANUFACTURERS. 

Gerry David B. n Dana & Parker's Brick Yard 
Pettingill & Wheeler, Brighton 

INKSTAND MAKERS. 

Draper Francis, Otis n Second 
Hudson Thomas, Gore n Second 

INSURANCE AGENCIES. 

Bird Herman, Main cor Norfolk 

Hews John, 4'J1 Main 

Rupp George, 469 Main 

Whitney William L. Whitney's Building, Brattle 

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11)4 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

IRON FOUNDERS. 

Allen & Endicott, Main op Harrison 
Kinsley Lyman, Main op Harrison 

IRON PIPES. 

Walworth J. J. & Co. Main op Harrison 

LADDER MAKERS. 

Spare Elijah, jr. Gore n Sixth 

LEATHER AND MOROCCO DRESSERS. 
Butterfield William P. Main n Windsor 

LIME AND CEMENT. 

Brooks William C. & Co. Bridge n Bay State Glass House. 

Burrage, Shepherd & Co. Broadway, L. P. 

Gale, Dudley & Co. Main, L. P. 

Train Edmund, Bridge cor East 

Wellington Bro., Bridge op Prison Point Bridge 

LIVERY STABLES. 

Dailey William, Cambridge 

Hill & Stearns, Church 

Hunting Henry E. Broadway n Norfolk 

Pike James, Main rear Wood's Block 

Smith H. D. Gore op Second 

Stearns James, Dunster 

Snow Josiah B. North Avenue n Beach 

Wait Amos L. Main n Windsor 

Watts Francis A. Brattle n Harvard Square 

Welch Walter, North 

LOCKSMITHS. 
Day John T. Washington 

LUMBER. 

Boynton William, Bridge 

Burrage, Shepherd & Co. Broadway, L. P. 

Flint & Hall, Bridge n Craigie's Bridge 

Fuller B. B. & Co. Main, L. P. 

Gale, Dudley &, Co. Main, L. P. 

Gilkey Royal & Co. Charles River 

Hall J. & Sons, East 

Hastings Oliver & Co. East 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 195 

Rowland W. H. Bridge n Craigie's Bridge 
Thompson Samuel L. Bridge n Craigie's Bridge 

MACHINISTS. 

Allen & Endicott, old Car Factory, Main 
Boston & Lowell R. R. Co. n Craigie's Bridge 
Whittemore Amos, Brookline 

MARBLE WORKERS. 
Carew Thomas A. Mt. Auburn cor Brattle Square 
McDonald Alexander, Mt. Auburn junc Brattle 
McNamee John, Main n Prospect 
Savage Patrick R. Main op junc Austin 

MASONS AND PLASTERERS. 
Bacon Henry A. basement Universalist Church, Cambridge 
Bates William, 61 Brattle 
Bennett Wilder, 68 Thorndike 
Biggers Stephen, Seventh n Cambridge 
Dowiing Martin C. 105 Thorndike 
Fowler John, bds Clark cor Harvard 
Grant George L. rear 66 Cambridge 
Jones Andrew, 31 Second 
Lamson Henry, Norton 
Lamson Henry A. Mellen n North Avenue 
Lamson Rufus, 54 Essex 
Litchfield Allen, 9 Auburn 
Norton Michael, Norton 
Presby J. W. Orchard 
Snow Joseph, Willow 
Stevenson David, (plasterer) 117 Spring 
Tufts John A. Fifth 

MASTERS IN CHANCERY. 
Ripley Ezra, Cambridge n Second 
Tyler Joseph H. Cambridge cor Second 

MASTIC ROOFERS. 
Sawyer, 373 Main 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 

Gilbert J. L. 115 Cambridge 
Hamann August, Green n Cottage 
Homer Levi P. Mt. Auburn n DeWolf 
Lasscll Sarah E. 94 Otis 
Lincoln Nathan, 61 Prospect 
Munroe Henry P. Pearl cor Auburn 



1 1 H. ■ ■ I DIRECTORY. 

MILLINERS, MILLINERY GOODS. 

Alley Susan B. & Johnson, 43 Cambridge 
Boutclle Silvia, Fourth n Cambri 

Callender Sarah B. Main c 
Daily J. Mrs. Cambridge n Third 
Gamble Thomas, Mrs. 809 Main 

d Ann, Wood's Wooden Block, Main 
Lord Mary A. Harvard Square 
L ne Hannah, Main n City Hall 
Lynch Mary, Cambridge n Willow Place 
Pratt William A. Mrs. .Main junc Austin 
Scanlan Catherine, Bridge op Flanders' Exchange 
Turner George R. Mrs. Main n Norfolk 
Wells Sarah Mrs. bds 366 Main 
White John Mrs. 369 3Iain 

NEWSPAPERS, PERIODICALS. ETC, 

Angell J. Frank, Main op Essex 
Fos:g Andrew, 79 Cambridge 
Messer David L. 319 Main 
Nason J. B., P. 0. North Cambridge 
White Thomas J. 2 Harvard Row 
Work Thomas, 34S Main 

NOTARIES PUBLIC. 
Livermore George W. Main, cor Brookline 
Whitney Benjamin W. Brattle Square 

NURSES. 

Chandler Jane P. J. 29 Washington 

Clark Maria, Auburn cor Pearl 

Davison Hannah Mrs. Main n Harrison 

Dawson Jenny P. 34 Cherry 

Fenton Mehitable Mrs. Pleasant n River 

Fuller Adeline A. Mrs. 39 Columbia 

Hall Elizabeth, Miss, 72 Spring 

Hartwell Mary C. Clark 

Hooper Elizabeth, Gerry 

Hutchins Mehitable, Cottage n Pearl 

L ; lwell Ann, 1 Austin 

Mason Emily E. 34 Cherry 

McLane Nancy Mrs. 51 Gore 

Moore Martha E. 30 Auburn 

Mullett Lucy Mrs. rear 92 Otis 

Nutting Pamelia, Gore n Third 

Osborne Rebecca, Clark n Broadway 

Pond Lydia Jane, 2 Essex 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 197 

Pullen Louisa M. 1 Prospect 

Bedding Abigail R. 72 Spring 

Sawin Sarah Mrs. North Avenue op Common 

Walker Anna J. 17 Magazine 



NURSERIES. 

Farwell James R. North Avenue n Spruce 
Hovey k Co., Cambridge n junc Hampshire 
Vandine Henry, Plymouth cor Windsor 
White George W. North Avenue cor Hollis 

OAKUM MANUFACTURERS. 

Whittemore George C. Brookline 



OIL WORKS. 
Fisk James C. Broadway, L. P. 

ORGAN BUILDERS. 

Roberts J. Main op Harrison 
Stevens George, Cambridge n Second 

OYSTER AND REFRESHMENT SALOONS. 

Belcher John A. Brattle n Brattle Square 

Dale Thomas J. Cambridge n Second 

Dormer Benjamin, Bridge n Cambridge 

Gerry Frederick A. North Avenue n Porter's Station 

Kent James B, 11 Harvard Row 

Lang John, 392 Main 

Law & Moore, Hirvard Square 

Lyon L. & G. H. Harvard Square 

Morse Kendall, Wood's Block, Main 

1 William, North Avenue n Porter's Hotel 
Sheridan Owen, Bridge cor Short 
i. 418 Main 



PAINTERS AND PAPER HANGERS. 

: . Brattle cor Church 
Boardman James, Cherry n School 

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f'th 

d d Eliot 
Fillebrown Samuel, Cambridge op Flanders' Exchange 

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198 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Gilson Charles, Western Avenue cor Pleasant 

Gunnison Daniel, Moore n Harvard 

Hunnewell Franklin, Brattle cor Palmer 

Mclntire Eben, Gore n Second 

Newman Henry, Brooks' Buildings, Main 

Pearson Charles S. 12 Washington 

Sawyer Jesse L. Main n Universalist Church 

Smith John A. Austin cor School 

Smith Thomas D. Cambridge op Oak 

Smith John A. Douglass 5 Block, Main 

Stacy G. W. 416 Main, over J. A. Holmes & Co's 

Stevens Cyrus S. Western Avenue n Main 

Taylor William J. Western Avenue n Main 

Thayer James H. & J. P. Main op Temple 

Tufts E. T. 1 86 Cambridge 

Wilder & Burgess, Main n Prospect 



PAPER BOX MANUFACTURERS. 

Pearson Henry, 359 Main 



PAPER HANGINGS. 

Boardman James, Cherry n School 
Chamberlin Daniel U. 412 Main 
Chapman James, Main op Temple 
Folsom C. D. Cambridge 
Gunnison Daniel, Moore n Harvard 
Palmer John, Gore cor Second 
Thayer James H. & J. P. Main op Temple 



PIANOFORTE ACTION MANUFACTURERS. 

Seaverns George W. Osborn's Block, State 
Stedman Vernal R. Osborn's Block, State 
Woodman Charles, Main, L. P. 



PLUMBERS. 

Bates Edward, Main op Chronicle Office 
Berry William B. Brighton n Harvard Square 
Donnell & Moore, 15 Brattle 
Outhwaite John, Main n Temple 
Stevens John H. 481 Main 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 199 

PHYSICIANS (PRACTISING). 

MEMBERS OF THE MASSACHUSETTS MEDICAL SOCIETY. 

Old Cambridge, 

Foster Charles F. Garden n Appian Way 
Johnson William 0. Brattle cor Mason 
Nichols J. T. G. Harvard Square 
Wyman Morrill, Church n Brattle 

Cambridgeport. 

Allen Charles H. Temple cor Austin 

Chase Hiram L. (homoeopathic) Main n Hancock 

Marston Ephraim, River n Franklin 

Stocker Alfred A. Main op Temple 

Webber A. Carter, Pleasant cor Green 

Wellington William W. 4 Temple 

East Cambridge, 

Clarke Moses, 66 Otis 
Hooker Anson, 86 Cambridge 
Hooker Anson P. 86 Cambridge 
Longshaw William, jr. 77 Cambridge 
Taylor John B. 82 Cambridge 

North Cambridge. 
Morse James R. Union Square cor Maple 

PHYSICIANS (BOTANIC), ETC. 

Farnsworth Charles H. 59 Thorndike 

Greenwood James W. Green n Pearl 

Kessman Charles, 112 Thorndike 

Morse Calvin E. 22 Inman 

Willard Ephraim S. North Avenue cor Forest 

Wright Ward E. Pleasant cor Main 

PRINTERS. 
Allen & Farnhani, Mt. Auburn 
Ford John, Harvard Square cor Dunster 
Houghton Henry 0. Riverside 
Welch, Bigelow & Co. Holyoke 
Niles D. W. Wood's Block, Main 
Thurston John C. Post Office Block, Main 
Thurston & Miles, Main cor Temple 



200 BUSINESS DIEECTORY. 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS— TEACHERS. 

Agassiz Louis (for young ladies) Quincy cor Broadway 

Comegys Sarah P. L. Follen 

Hancock Martha W. Auburn cor Magazine 

Harris Emma F. Cotton n Harvard 

Hight Ellen M. Kirkland n Sumner 

Kezar Sarah F. and Ellen M. Cambridge cor Fourth 

Lane & Lovering, Harvard Square 

Lyman Catherine D. (for young ladies) Brattle cor Hilliard 

Sessions Lucy, Mt. Auburn cor Howard 

Sweetser Addie, Trowbridge n Main 

Wheeler Mary Ann D. 17 Gore 

PROVISION DEALERS. 

Averell Joseph W. Cambridge cor Willow Place 

Bowers William, jr. Cambridge cor Sixth 

Brewer David, Brighton n Harvard Square 

Brewer Thomas H. Brattle Square 

Brown George A. Main op Foundry 

Chandler Ebenezer M. Brattle 

Converse Benjamin. Norfolk n Harvard 

Dodge John A. Magazine cor Main 

Davis William, 417 Main 

Driver Thomas, jr. Cambridge n Second 

Ellis John C. junc Cambridge and Hampshire 

Everett Rufus H. 335 Main 

Fuller Samuel D. Harvard cor Clark 

Grose William, Norfolk cor Broadway 

Hubbard William, Cambridge n Second 

Mallows James, 361 Main 

Newton & Smith, Union Square 

Plummer Warren, Cambridge n Fourth 

Robinson & Moore, Sixth n Otis 

Squire John P. & Co. Gore n Seventh 

Wallace James P. jr. 19 & 21 Brattle cor Palmer 

Ward & Cutler, Main cor Prospect 



PUBLIC HOUSES. 

Brattle House, Brattle Square 

Broadway House, L. P. 

Eustis House, North Avenue 

Fresh Pond House, Wyeth's Lane 

Flanders' Exchange, junc Cambr idge and Bridge 

Irving House Main cor Pearl, 

Porter's Hotel, North Avenue 

Reed's Tavern, Bridge junc Gore 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 201 

PULPIT MAKERS. . 
Miller Stephen, rear Wood's Block, Main 

PUMP AND BLOCK MAKERS. 

In galls John D. Harvard n Norfolk 
Ingalls John R. Harvard n Norfolk 

PYROTECHNISTS. 

Sanderson Chester, foot of South Fifth 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS. 

Brown William, Harvard Square cor Dunster 

Hews John, 421 Main 

Jewell Hosea, Main op Irving House 

Munroe William A. 81 Cambridge 

Rupp George, 469 Main 

SADDLERS. 
Morris Christopher, Main, L. P. 

SASH AND BLIND MAKERS. 

Berry & Trull, Dike 

Ford Calvin, Osborn's, State 

SCULPTORS. 
Dexter Henry, 267 Broadway 

SIGN AND ORNAMEMTAL PAINTERS. 

Belcher George G. 308 Main 
Tufts E. T. 136 Cambridge 

SLATERS. 

Coyle Thomas & Co. Harvard n junc Main 
Howe Robert, Cambridge n Prospect 

SOAP AND CANDLE MANUFACTURES. 
Boardman Charles, 14 Worcester 
Chaney & Co. Clark n Harvard 
Cooper Charles, River op Short, Ward 4 
Cooper William & Co. River op Rockwell 
Davis Curtis, Broadway n Davis 
Davis E. & Co. Main n Cherry 
Davis J. C. & Co. Broadway n Davis 
Davis Mason, Lincoln op Livermore 



202 BUI IK IOTO KT. 

Dickinson Alexander, Da^is 

Jones Charles L. & <"<>. Pear] 

Liyermore Nathaniel & Bon, Main n Columbia 

Lucy George, Brookline 

Norton Homy K. Windsor n Lincoln 

Southworth George M. 1 Cherry 

Winchester E. A. & W. Water n Bridge 

STAIR BUILDERS. 

Adams Jabez F. Cambridge cor Seventh 
Atwood S. S. Main n Universalist Church 
Dunham Israel P. 614 Main 
French William A. Harvard n junc Main 
Melcher James H. Broadway n Moore 

STARCH MANUFACTURERS. 
Annable J. D. & Son, Brookline 



STEAM SAWING AND PLANING. 

Hyde Isaac, Brighton n bridge 

Osborn Dalphon, State n Main 

Page George G. junc Hampshire and Broadway 

Simpson W. E. & B. Broadway, L. P. 



STONE W r ORKERS AND DEALERS. 

Gilman John F. Bridge 

Gore, Rose & Co. n West Boston Bridge 

Rowe Hugh & Peter, n D'Wolf on Charles River 

Sanborn A. C. & Co. Bridge 

STOVES, TIN WARE, &c. 

Bailey Jacob L. (tin plate worker) Cambridge n Second 

Berry William B. 9 Brighton n Harvard Square 

Donnell & Moore, 15 Brattle 

Eaton & Haley, 830 and 341 Main 

Jenkins Samuel R. Cambridge n Second 

Nutting J. D. Main op Norfolk 

Price James M. 25 Cambridge n Second 

Towne & Fuller, Main n Essex 

SURVEYORS OF LUMBER. 

Woodward James II. Russell cor Orchard 

Whitney Edward T. office Gale, Dudley & Co.'s, Main 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 203 

TAILORS AND DRAPERS. 

Brine Robert, jr. Cambridge cor Second 

Brine William, 105 Bridge 

Jennings John D. Main op Pearl 

Kelly A. S. Main op Pearl 

Kimball, William & Co. 3 Harvard Row 

Lum Isaac E. Broadway 

McGill Thomas, Cambridge n Fourth 

Scanlan James, Lamson's Block, Main 

TELESCOPE MAKERS. 

Clark Alvan & Sons, Brookline n bridge 

TURNING AND SAWING. 

Edwards Charles H. at Osborn's, State 
Smart Don Carlos, State n Main 

TWINE AND CORDAGE. 

Edwards George W. Willow n North Avenue 
Hegney John, Cambridge op Medford 
Sproul Andrew, North Avenue 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Brackett Joseph, Mt. Auburn n Story 

Casey William, 82 Fourth 

Hoyt Benjamin J. 45 Cottage 

Litchfield Roland, jr. Main cor Columbia 

Pear John, 15 Front 

Welch Hiram, 103 Otis 

Wilder James C. River n Harrison Avenue 

Wyeth Benjamin F. op Brattle House 

UPHOLSTERERS. 

ITixon Edward, Harvard 

Hixon M. 293 Main 

Id galls Edward 15. Harvard n Norfolk 

Whitney cV. Brackett, Brattle Square 

Swett Lewis C. Main n Magazine 

VACUUM LXTUACTS. 
Thayer Henry ft Co. M tin o r Dongl&BS 

VIAL AND 8YRINGE MAKERS. 

Casey William, Cambridge <"<>r s-eond 
Stamford John, Bridge cor Third 



204 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

VINEGAR. 

Johnson John & Co. Cambridge n First 

WATCHMAKERS. 
Barker Edward, Cambridge n Fourth 
Donallan J. W. 68 Cambridge n Second 
Gibbs Benjamin W. Main cor Essex 
Hunnewell James A. Harvard Square cor Dunster 
Huntington James, Harvard Row 
Jones Wiliam H. Harvard Square 
Scanlan Joseph F. Main cor Norfolk 

WHEELWRIGHTS. 
Brown Daniel, Palmer 
Henderson John J. North Avenue n Spruce 
Hurd Amos D. Palmer 
Jennings Joseph, Jennings 
Jones Andrew J. Palmer 
Munroe Enoch, Cambridge n Bridge 
Murphy James, Main, L. P. 
Pierce Joseph, Western Avenue 
Thwing James, Green n Pleasant 

WINDOW FRAMES AND MOULDINGS. 
Burroughs George W. First n Cambridge 

WOOL DEALERS. 
Clark & Watriss, Main cor Prospect 

TO THE PUBLIC. 

We invite your especial attention to the advertisements 
published in this volume of the Cambridge Directory. 
Among them can be found nearly all the wants of house- 
keepers and of individuals engaged in nearly all the pursuits 
of life. " Bargains," we feel positive, can be had at any 
and all of the establishments which are thus brought to 
their notice. They are among the most liberal, and those 
are the concerns that secure the most trade. All liberal 
dealers advertise, which, as a consequence, brings their 
business before the people, and the result is at once mani- 
fest. It would be invidious in us to particularize any one 
of our advertisers, but we would ask the careful perusal of 
the reader to all of them. 

Thurston & Miles. 

Cambridge, Jan. 1, 1861. 



Municipal election First Monday in December. 




City Government Organized First Monday in January. 



Cambridge City Government, - - - 1861, 

Mayor— JAMES D. GREEN. Salary, $1500. 
Office City Hall. Residence Harvard, corner Prescott St. 

ALDERMEN. 

Ward 1. — Charles H. Saunders, Albert Stevens, 

James H. Thayer. 

Ward 2. — Amory Houghton, Albert Vinal. 

Ward 3. — Samuel Slocomb, Israel Tibbetts. 

Ward 4. — Curtis Davis. 

Ward 5. — Henry Lamson, Levi L. Cushing, jr. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Ward 1. — John S. Bates, William Gibson, Nathaniel D. 
Sawin. 

Ward 2. — Hamlin It. Harding, William F. Knowles, James 
Mellen, J. Warren Merrill, Jonas C. Wellington. 

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C I I v v 1 B n M 



Ward :'.. — J<»im A. Ellis, Ebeneser 1 a P. Hook- 

y, Jared Shq.ard, Henry Whitney. 

Wars 1. — Henry M. Chamberlain, John C. Farnham, 

'nn S. Pollard. 

Ward -3. — Russell S. Edwards, Josiah Porter. 

Assessors — Artemae a. William Frost, Andrew 

J. Green: Salary of the 

ristant Assessors — William Caldwell, Rnfuf 

Barnabas Binney, James II. Cutter. Si 

Overseers of the Poor — The Mayor, ex-officio. Chair: 
Joseph H. llice, George T. Gale, William Caldwell, D. I". 
Chainbeiiin, William Hunnewell, Lewis 13. Gayer. 

The following officers were chosen to fill their respective 
offices for the year 1860. The offices are filled by the City 

Council in Convention, in January. 

City Clerk and Clerk of the Board of Aldermen — Justin 
A. Jacobs. Salary #1000 and fees. Office, City Hall. 

Clerk of Common Council — James M. Chase. Salary 
$150. 

City Treasurer and Collector — Joseph Whitney. Salary 
§1000. 

City Auditor — S. P. Heywood. Salary $400. 

City Messenger, Superintendent of City Hall Building, 
and Superintendent of Lamps — Roland Litchfield, jr. Sal- 
ary £700. 

Superintendent of Streets and Drains — George \V. Fi- 
field. Salary $1000. 

Warden of Almshouse — Jacob Hanscom. Salary 

Almshouse Physician — Moses Clarke. Salary $100. 

WARD OFFICERS, FOR 1861. 

Ward 1. — Charles H. Saunders, Warden, William R. 
Bartlett, Clerk. William T. Richardson, John Bartletr, 
William Caldwell, Insptct 

Ward 2. — Henry W. Muzzey, Warden. William W. Bur- 
rage, Clerk. E. J. Howlett, A. J. Hastings. M 
Cushman, Inspectors. 

Ward 3. — K. S. Chaffee, Warden. Andrew Fogg, Clerk. 
Ozias Clark, Luther L. Parker, 13. F. Davis, I 
tors. 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 207 



Ward 4. — George j3. Eaton, Warden. Joseph C. Bruce, 
Clerk. Thomas M. Davis, Calvin A. Damon, Joseph 
Whittemore, Inspectors. 

Ward 5. — James R. Morse, Warden. Charles F. Wells, 
Clerk. George 0. Blake, Daniel O'Connell, James H. 
Cutter, Inspectors. 

POLICE DEPARTMENT. 

Police Justice — John S. Ladd. Salary 81500. Special 
Justices — George W. Livermore, Henry W. Muzzey. Court 
Room in City Hall Building. 

Chief of Police — Joseph Sanderson. Principal Consta- 
bles — Joseph Sanderson, Dist. 1; Jchn L. Boy n ton, Disf. 
3; William Twist, Dist. 4. Policpmea and Watchmen — 
B. F. Bridden, A. J. Osborn, W T oodbury M. Stevens, H. C. 
Gale, A. A. Hildreth, Timothy Ames, Xoah M Cofran, S. M. 
Parsons, T. D. Cook, James B. Rice. Henry Kinsley, C. M. 
Stetson, Stephen Sanborn. 

Stations — District 1, Church Street ; District 2, under 
City Hall; District 3, Third Street. 

Truant Officers — Joseph Sanderson, William Twist, S. 
M. Parsons, John L. Boynton, Stephen Sanborn. 

Pound Keeper — William Barnes. 

Coroners — Xathan Fiske, Charles J.Adams, Ephraim 
Marston. 

Justices of the Peace and of the Quorum. — Ephraim 
Buttrick, John S. Ladd, William Parmenter, James D. 
Green, Joseph T. Buckingham, George W. Livermore, baac 
Livermore, Ezra Ripley, Isaac F. Jones, Jos. II. Tyler, Na- 
thaniel It. Whitney, Bickford Pulsifer, jr. 

Justices or Tin: Peace. — Justin A. Jacobs, Abraham 

Edwards, Charles Folsom, Nathan Fiske, Charles C. Little, 

. Livermore, Henry M. Chamberlain, Richard II. 

Dana, jr., Samuel S. Green, Lucius R. Paige, Eliphalet 

Davis, Lorenio Marrett, Benjamin W. Whitney, Henry W. 

ey, John B. Dana, Charles R. Metcalf, Abraham Lan- 

Stevens, William A. Brewer, Henry Thayer, 

; li A. Holm* Uiam 

L. Whitney, John C. Farnham, Ephraim Marston, Josiah 

- tnne] II. Folsom, Le\ i M. 

. .':i ml- B. Thayer, Chester W. Kingsley, Josiah Bur- 

el Hayden, Bela F. Jac bs, John 



208 FIRE DEPARTMENT SCHOOLS. 

Livermore, Elias Howe, William A. Saunders, George F. 
McLellan, John Sargent, Edmund G. Lucas, Henry Potter, 
Edward Richardson, James P. Richardson, George Stevens, 
Joseph "Whitney, Thomas J. Whittemore, Charles Wood, 
William Wyman, Z. L Raymond, David P. Muzzey, J. Cook, 
Joseph G. Holt, Benjamin R. Rand. 

Representatives to the General Court. — Francis L. 
Chapman, George W. McLellan, Anson Hooker. 

FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer — George B. Eaton. 

Assistant Engineers — 1st, Charles B. Stevens; 2d, 
Charles L. Russell, 3d, Orrin G. Jones; 4th George H. Cope- 
land. 

Engines. Location. Foremen. 

Cambridge, No. 1, Church street, George A. Thurston. 
Union, No. 2, Main n Windsor street, Fred. W. Hagar. 
Niagara, No. 3, Cambridge street. George H. Taylor. 
Hydrant, No. 4, River junc \V. Ave. Byron Bailey. 

Dan'l Webster, No. 5, North Avenue, Edward S. Marston. 
Pioneer, No. 6, Main, L. P. William J. Atkins. 

Franklin Hook & Ladder, Main, Theodore Collamore. 
Hunneman, (Independent) Church, Francis L. Chapman. 

Fire Police. — Thomas Work, Moses Ricker, Allen B. 
Parsons. 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 
1861. 

Ward 1 — U. Tracy Howe, H. W. Torrey. Ward 2 — 
W. W. Wellington, H. F.Harrington. WardZ — Anson 
P. Hooker, J. B. Taylor. Ward 4 — Henry 0. Houghton, 
John McDuffie. Ward 5 — J. R. Morse, J. A. Sawyer. 

SCHOOLS. 

High School, Amory street. Teachers, Lyman R. Wil- 
liston, Wm. F. Bradbury, Mary F. Peirce, Rutharia Bates. 
Harriet W. Willard, Caroline Child. 

Shepard, North Avenue. Teachers* Charles M. Dins- 
moor, B. T. Capen, L. P. Works, S. Lizzie Lathe, Celesta F. 
Barnes, Annie E. Priest, Ellen M. Sawyer. 

Dttnster, Concord Avenue. Teachers, Eleanor Safford, 
M. H. Clarence. 

Washington, Brattle street. Teachers, Daniel Mans- 
field, L. A. Downing, F. L. D. Strong, Eliza R. Hyde, A. 
M. Ireson, E. F. Banks, M. S. Gould, Sarah A. White, Cath- 
arine E. Metcalf, Catharine P. Green. 



SCHOOLS. 209 

Dana, Centre street. Teachers, C. S. Rankin, Annie 
Bisbee, Helen J. Maiers. 

Amoby, Amory street. Teacher, Mary E. McLellan. 

Harvard, Harvard street. Teachers, A. B. Magoun, 
Catharine Richardson, H. A. Dodge, A. H. Wellington, 
Frances A. Hyde. 

Waitt's Hall, Cambridge street. Teachers, Emma F. Titus, 
Mary E. Wyeth. 

Webster, Webster street. Teachers, A. C. Smith, Eliza 
K. Brackett, M. E. Rice, Catharine B. West, Martha M. 
Damon, C. L. Bancroft, Jane Dallinger, Ariadne Blish, 
A. J. Winnett, Mary A. Tarbell, M. E. Redman. 

Mason, State street. Tetchers,*?. T. Davis, Abby M. 
Webb, Clara C. Bowen, AdaBowen. 

Boabdman, School street. Teacher, Eleanor E. Russell. 

Allstox, Boardman street. Teachers, B. W. Roberts, 
Matilda Morse, Esther M. Noyes, L. B. Winnett, Martha A. 
Skinner, Emeline Sparrow, S. J. A. Davis, Mary F. Emer- 
son, Mary M. Jones, E. A. Willard. 

Sargent, Broadway. Teachers, Sarah F. Kelley, Mary 
G. Kelley, A. M. Harrod, F. J. Harrocl. 

Bridge, Pioneer street. Teacher, E. E. Dallinger. 

Oris, Otis street. Teachers, R. H. Fletcher, R. C. Wy- 
man, A. M. Merriam, A. L. Lunt, Sarah D. Mitchell. 

Putnam, cor Fourth and Otis streets. Teachers, Francis 
Coggswell, S. M. Burnham, Adelaide E. Reed, Mary E. Bur- 
gess, L. H. Bettinson, Anna C. Stewart, Anna B. Josselyn, 
F. E. Pendexter, Lucy A. Draper, M. B. Stevens. 

Thorxoike, Thorndike street. Teachers, Martha A. Mar- 
tin, M. H. Buder. 

Craigie, North Fourth street. Teacher, H. A. Butler. 

North, North Third street. Teacher, Sarah F. Hobbs. 

City, Almshouse. Teacher, Olive J. Hanscom. 

Teacher of Music, Nathan Lincoln. 

Salaries. — The salaries of the instructors in the various 
Schools have been established as follows, viz. : 

Principal of the High School, $1800; Sub-Master of the 
High School, 61300; Masters of the Grammar Schools, 
$1200. Music Teacher, $1000. The Assistant Teachers of 
the High School, respectively, 8560, $500, $450, and $400. 

18* 



210 BANKS AND INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

The Assistant Teachers of the Grammar Schools, and the 
Principals of the Middle Schools, $375 and $325. The 
Principals of the Primary and Alphabet Schools, £325 and 
$300; the assistants, $225 and $200. 

BANKS AND INSURANCE COMPANIES. 
Cambridge Bank — Main street. Capital, $100,000. 
Lucius R. Paige, President. Joseph Whittemore, Cashier. 
Roland Litchfield, jr., Clerk and Messenger. Lucius It. 
Paige, Robert Douglass, Ira Stratton, Thomas Whittemore, 
Asa P. Morse, Alexander Dickinson, Curtis Davis, Direc- 
tors. George YV. Livermore, Solicitor. Discount Days- 
Monday and Thursday. 

Charles River Bank — Harvard Square. Capital, $100,- 
000. Charles C. Little, President. Eben Snow, Cashier. 
Wm. M. Snow, Clerk and Messenger. Charles C. Little, 
Oliver Hastings, Chauncey Smith, William T. Richardson, 
Abel Willard, J. B. Davis, Ebenezer Francis, Directors. 
Chauncey Smith, Solicitor. Discount Day — Wednesday. 

Cambridge City Bank — Melledge's Block, cor Main and 
Norfolk Streets. Capital, $100,000. John Livermore, 
President. Edward Richardson, Cashier. George M. 
Osgood, Messenger and Clerk. John Livermore, H. M. 
Chamberlain, Eliphalet Davis, George T. Gale, S. P. Hey- 
wood, Joseph A. Holmes, George W. Whittemore, Directors. 
Discount Day — Monday. 

Cambridge Market Bank — North Cambridge. Capital, 
$100,000. Henry Potter, President. W r arren Sanger, Cash'r. 
George M. Taylor, Clerk, Henry Potter, Henry R. Glover, 
William W. Kendrick, Calvin Dimick, S. F. Woodbridge, 
S. C. Whitcher, C. W. Kingsley, Directors. Discount Day 
— Wednesday. 

Lechmere Bank — Cambridge cor Second Street. Capital, 
$150,000. Lewis Hall, President. John Savage, jr., Cashier. 
Benjamin F. Gilbert, Messenger. Lewis Hall, Amory Hough- 
ton, Thomas Dana, Samuel Slocomb, K. S. Chaffee, A. C. 
Sanborn, Francis Draper, Directors. 

Harvard Bank — Main cor Prospect Streets. Capital, 
$250,000. Benjamin Tilton, President. W. A. Bullard, 
Cashier. E. G. Dike, Clerk and Messenger. Benjamin 
Tilton, Z. L. Raymond, Lewis Colby, George Livermore, 
John Sargent, William A. Saunders, Alanson Bigelow, 
Newell Bent, Estes Howe, Edward Hyde, Daniel U. Cham- 
bcrlin, Charles Wood, Directors. 



SAVINGS BANKS — RAILROADS. 211 

Cambridge Mutual Fire Insurance Company — Mel- 
ledge's Block, Main Street cor Norfolk. Josiah W. Cook, 
President. Henry Thayer, Secretary. Josiah W. Cook, 
James H. Thayer, Stephen Foster, J. D. Pearson, Jonas 
Wyeth, 2d, Jacob Eaton, Rufus Lamson, Josiah Burrage, 
Joseph A. Holmes, Directors, 



SAVINGS BANKS, &c. 

Cambridge Savings Bank — Whitney's Building, Brattle 
Square. Charles Beck, President. Stephen T. Farwell, J. 
H. Bates, Joel Parker, John B. Dana, Vice-Presidents. 
William L. Whitney, Treasurer. A. H. Ramsay, Secretary. 
Open every day from 9 A. M. to 12 M. Quarter Days — 
4th Thursday of January, April, July and October. 

Cambridgeport Savings Bank — Main Street. Benja- 
min Tilton, President. Thomas Whittemore, George C. 
Richardson, Robert Douglass, Vice-Presidents. George W. 
Livermore, Secretary. Lucius R. Paige, Treasurer. De- 
posits received and other business transacted at the Cam- 
bridge Bank, every day from 9 to 1 o'clock only. Quarter 
Days — 3d Wednesday of January, April, July and Oc- 
tober. 

East Cambridge Five Cents Savings Bank — Cambridge 
corner Second Street. George Stevens, President. Anson 
Hooker, H. N. Hovey, John Taylor, Vice-Presidents. Ezra 
Ripley, Secretary. John Savage, jr., Treasurer. Deposits 
from five cents to one thousand dollars, received every day 
from 12 to 1 o'clock. 

Cambridge Railroad Company. — Gardiner G. Hubbard, 
President. Estes Howe, Treasurer. F. T. Stevens, Clerk. 
Gardiner G. Hubbard, C. C. Little, Wm. A. Saunders, R. E. 
Demmon, Estes Howe, Directors. Dividends paid 1st April 
and 1st of October. Office Harvard Square, Cambridge, 
and 39 State Street, (Room No. 12) Boston. 

Union Railway Company. — James W. Emory, Presid* nt. 
Estes Howe, Treasurer. V. T. Stevens, Clerk, J. C Stiles, 
Superintendent. IE H. Stimpson, Charles C. Little, Gardi- 
ner (i. Hubbard, William A. Saunders, .lames \Y. Emery, 
Estes Howe, Directors. Office, Harvard Square, Cambridge, 
and 39 State Street, (Room No. 12) Boston. 



212 MOUHT AUBURN AND CAMBRIDGE CEMETERIES. 



Cambridge Gas Light Company. — Capital, $200,000. 
John II. Blake, President. Estes Howe, Treasurer and 
Clerk. William Gibson, Superintendent. John II. Blake, 
John Liverinore, Gardiner G. Hubbard, Samuel Slocomb, 
Estes Howe, William 1VB utter field, James W. Emery, Di- 
rectors. Dividends paid 1st of February and 1st of August. 
Office Harvard Square, Cambridge, and 3D State Street, 
(Room No. 12) Boston. 



Cambridge Water W r ORKS. — John Sargent, President. 
William G Clark, Treasurer and Clerk. John Sargent, 
Z. L. Raymond, Curtis Davis, John Livermore, Charles C. 
Little, Gardiner G. Hubbard, Estes Howe, Lewis Hall, Gard- 
ner Warren, Amory Houghton, Directors. Office Main 
Street corner Douglass. 



MOUNT AUBURN CEMETERY. 

OFFICERS OF THE CORPORATION. 

Jacob Bigelow, President, 42 Mt. Vernon Street, Boston. 
George W.Bond, Treasurer, Office 127 Milk Street, Boston. 
Austin J. Coolidge, Secretary, Office 89 Court Street, Bos- 
ton. Edward Austin, William T. Andrews, Jacob Bigelow, 
James Cheever, Uriel Crocker, Charles P. Curtis, Charles C. 
Little, Charles G. Nazro, James Bead, E. S. Rand, Jacob 
Sleeper, Edward S. Tobey, Trustees. Jonathan Mann, Su- 
perintendent. Truman H. Safford, Clerk and Gate Keeper. 

The Cemetery contains about 130 acres. There are already 
more than 3000 private lots. 

The Superintendent may always be found at the Cemetery, 
except on Saturday mornings, when he is in attendance at 
the Treasurer's and Secretary's Office. Tickets of admission 
for carriages may be obtained of the Secretary, at 39 Court 
Street, Boston, or any of the Trustees. 



CAMBRIDGE CEMETERY. 

Established in 1853. 

His Honor the Mayor, ex-officio, Chairman. Zelotes Hos- 
mer, Anson Hooker, Abraham Edwards, William A. Saun- 
ders, George Meacham, Silas, B. Buck, Commissioners. 
Henry H. Eames, Superintendent. 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY OFFICERS, COURTS, ETC. 213 



MIDDLESEX COUNTY OFFICERS, COURTS, &,C. 

Middlesex County Officers. — William A. Richardson, 
Judge of Probate and Insolvency. Joseph H. Tyler, of 
East Cambridge, Register of Probate and Insolvency. Isaac 
F. Jones, Assistant Register of Probate and Insolvency. 
Caleb Hay den, of Cambridge, Register of Deeds, Southern 
District. Asahel B. Wright, of Lowell, Register of Deeds, 
Northern district. Isaac S. Morse, of Lowell, District 
Attorney. Amos Stone, of Charlestown, County Treasurer. 
Benjamin F. Ham, of East Cambridge, Clerk of the Courts. 
Marshall Preston, of Lexington, Assistant Clerk. 

County Commissioners. — Leonard Huntress, of Tewks- 
bury, Chairman ; Paul H. Sweetser, of South Reading; 
Edward J. Collins, of Newton. 

Special Commissioners. — B. K. Haven, Framingham; 
John L. Fletcher, Acton. Meetings, at Cambridge, on 1st 
Tuesday in January; Concord, the 1st Tuesday in June; 
Lowell, the 1st Tuesday in September. 

Moses Pritchard, of Lowell, Crier of the Courts. 

■ Jailers. — Charles J.Adams, of Cambridge; Samuel 
Staples, of Concord; Charles Kimball, of Lowell. 

Overseers of the House of Correction. — Samuel 
Chandler, of Lexington; William Parmenter, of Cambridge; 
James M. Usher, of Medford. Charles J. Adams, Master. 

Commissioners to qualify Civil Officers. — Isaac F. 
Jones, Bickford Pulsifer, jr. 

Sheriff. — Charles Kimball, of Winchester. 

Deputy Sheriffs. — Hosea Jewell, Cambridgeport ; Sam- 
uel W. Richardson, East Cambridge. 



SUPERIOR COURT. 

Civil Terms. — Lowell, on the 2d Monday in March, and 
the first Monday in September; Concord, on the 1st Monday 
in Jane; Cambridge, on the 2d Monday in December. 

Criminal Terms. — Cambridge, on the 2d Monday in 
February; Concord, on the 4th Monday in June; Lowell, 
on the 3d Monday in October. 



214 



COURTS. 



SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT. 

At Lowell, on the 3d Tuesday in 



Nisi Prius Term. 
April and October. 



Master in Chancery. — Joseph II. Tyler, East Cam- 
bridge. 



January 
February 
March 
April 

May 

June 

August 

September 

October 

November 
December 



PROBATE COURT. 

> First Tuesday at Concord. 

{ Second and Fourth " " Cambridge. 

\ First " " Lowell. 

[ Second and Fourth " " Cambridge. 

I First " " Concord. 

{_ Second and Fourth " " Cambridge, 

j First (t " Lowell. 

( Second and Fourth " " Cambridge. 

: First " " Concord. 

(Second 6< li Cambridge. 

{Fourth " '• Groton. 

r First u " Lowell. 

I Second ** " Cambridge. 

{Fourth " " Fram'ham. 

Second and Fourth " " Cambridge.- 

f First l< il Lowell. 

(Second " " Cambridge. 

{Fourth " " Groton. 

[ First " " Concord. 

! Second " " Cambridge. 

( Fourth " " Fram'ham. 

Second and Fourth " " Cambridge. 

(First " " Lowell. 

Second and Fourth " " Cambridge. 



COURT OF INSOLVENCY. 

Cambridge — On the 2d and 4th Wednesday of each month 
except July. 

Lowell — On the 1st Wednesday of January, March, May, 
October, November, and on 1st Tuesday of February, April, 
June, September, and December. 

Concord — On the 1st Tuesday of January, March, May, 
and October. 

Special Sessions at other times as the business of the 
Court requires. 



RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 215 

RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES IN CAMBRIDGE. 

FIRST PARISH IX CAMBRIDGE UNITARIAN. 

Harvard Square, opposite Harvard College. William 
Newell, Pastor. Joseph Brackett, Sexton, resides Brattle 
street, near Story. Parish Committee — Joseph Cutler, 
Andrew S. Waitt, William Read, jr. There is a Ministerial 
Fund belonging to the First Parish, amounting to between 
$14,000 and $'15,000. The Trustees of said fund are : — 
Charles Beck, William L. Whitney, James Munroe, A. H. 
Ramsay, Charles B. Metcalf, Andrew S. Waitt, B. M. 
Hodges. Treasurer, William L. Whitney. 

FIRST CHURCH AND SHEPARD CONGREGATIONAL SOCIETY — 
TRINITARIAN. 

Mount Auburn, corner of Holyoke Street. John A* 
Albro, Pastor. William A. Saunders, Chairman of Pru- 
dential Committee. Wm. A. Saunders, Treasurer. Ste- 
phen T. Earwell, Clerk. B. E. Wyeth, Sexton and Under- 
taker, resides Brattle street, opposite Brattle House. 

CHRIST CHURCH — EPISCOPAL. 

* Garden Street. Nicholas Hoppin, Rector. Herbert H. 
Stimpson, Luther Crane, Wardens. James C. Merrill, 
Clerk and Treasurer. Horace Handford, Sexton, resides 
Shepard street. 

ST. PETER'S CHURCH — CATHOLIC. 

Concord Avenue — Observatory Hill. Manasses P. Dough- 
erty, Pastor. Michael Tracy, Sexton, resides Concord 
Avenue near the church. 

OLD CAMBRIDGE BAPTIST SOCIETY. 

Head of Kirkland Street. John Pryor, Pastor. Joshua 
G. Gooch, Chairman Standing Committee. John B. Dana, 
Treasurer. Austin J. Coolidge, Clerk. Win. T. Richard- 
son, Collector. J. H. Tucker, Sexton, resides Kirkland 
Street. 

ALLEN STREET CONGREGATIONAL SOCIETY — UNITARIAN. 

Allen street, North Cambridge. John Marshall M 
tkrs, Pasl'>r. .lolm B. Cook, Chairman Standing Com- 
mittee. Thomas Lord, Clerk. Edward G. Lynes Treasurer. 
James S. Clatien, Sexton, resides Maple street. 



21G RELIGIOUS SOClKiii.s. 



NORTH CAMBRIDGE BAPTIST SOCIETY. 

North Avenue. Destitute of a pastor. Francis W. Wade, 
Chairman Standing Committee. Cornelius Dorr, Treasurer. 
Warren Sanger, Clerk. Nathan Wilson, Sexton, resides 
Orchard cor Russell. 

LEE STBEET CHURCH — UNITARIAN. 

Lee Street. II. F. Habrington, Pastor. Nathan Fiske, 
Chairman Standing Committee. William P. Sampson, 
Treasurer. Eben Snow, Clerk. Andrew B. Harlow, Sex- 
ton, resides, Pine Street. 

CAMBRIDGEPORT PARISH UNITARIAN. 

Austin Street. J. F. W. Ware, Pastor. John Liver- 
more, Chairman Parish Committee. Roland Litchfield, jr. , 
Treasurer. W. W. Wellington, Clerk. Roland Litchfield, 
jr., Sexton and Undertaker, resides Main cor Columbia. 

SECOND METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOCIETY. 

Harvard opposite Essex street. Gilbert Haven, Pastor. 
Hosea Whiting, Chairman of Trustees. G. W. King, 
Treasurer. T. G. Whittier, Sexton, resides Gardner 
street. 

SECOND EVANGELICAL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH — TRINI- 
TARIAN. 

Austin Street. George E. Allen, Pastor. George W. 
Wyatt, Chairman Standing Committee. J. N. Rugg, 
Treasurer and Clerk. William Storer, Sexton, resides 
80 Prospect Street. 

FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOCIETY. 

Cambridge Street. Moses A. Howe, Pastor. A. H. Ste- 
vens, Chairman Trustees. A. H. Stevens, Treasurer. Ho- 
ratio N. Hovey, Clerk. Samuel Fillebrown, Sexton, resides 
Bridge street. 

FIRST BAPTIST SOCIETY. 

Magazine street, junction of River. Sumnkr R. Mason, 
Pastor. Isaac C. Holmes, Martin L. Smith, Joseph Good- 
now, Albert Vinal, William G. Tarbell, Josiah W. Cook, 
Edward Crosby, David D. Leeds, William Cooper, Trustees. 
Albert Vinal, Treasurer. Isaac C. Holmes, Clerk. Benj. 
J. Hoyt, Sexton and Undertaker, resides Cottage street near 
Pearl. 



RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. 217 

FIRST EVANGELICAL CONGREGATIONAL SOCIETY — TRINI- 
TARIAN. 

Prospect Street. There is at present no pastor settled 
over this church. John Sargent, Chairman of Standing 
Committee. Benjamin Tilton, Treasurer. Samuel N. Ufford, 
Clerk. George R. Turner, Sextcn, resides Essex street 
Place. 

ST. PETER'S CHURCH — EPISCOPAL. 

Prospect Street. William P. Page, Rector. F. Dana, 
G. M. Dayton, Wardens. E. S. Whitman, Treasurer. 
William A. lies, Clerk. James C. Wilder, Sexton and Un- 
dertaker, resides River. 

FIRST UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY. 

Main Street, junction of State. Charles A. Skinner, 
Pastor. Curtis Davis, David Ellis, Jonas C. Wellington, 
Avery Howe, and Rufus Lamson, Standing Committee. R. 
Ellis, Clerk and Treasurer. Samuel F. Hunt, Sexton, re- 
sides Auburn Street. 

SECOND BAPTIST SOCIETY. 

Cambridge Street, corner Fourth. H. K. Pervear, Pas- 
tor. Henry S. Hills, Chairman Standing Committee. Henry 
S. Hills, Treasurer. Isaac F. Jones, Clerk. Hiram Welch, 
Sexton, resides 103 Otis Street. 

EVANGELICAL CONGREGATIONAL SOCIETY. 

South Second Street. There is no pastor settled over this 
Church. Moses Clarke, Chairman Standing Committee. 
William Wyman, Treasurer. George W. Fifield, Clerk. 
Charles Coolidge, Sexton, resides 61 Spring Street. 

THIRD CONGREGATIONAL SOCIETY — UNITARIAN. 

Third, corner Thorndike Street. Frederick K\APr, 
Pastor. Anson Hooker, Chairman Standing Committee. 
Adolph Vogle, Treasurer. Nathan L. Greene, Clerk. 
Thomas S. Hudson, Sexton, resides 38 Gore Street. 

BBCOND E7NIYEE8AIJ8T SOCIETY. 

Cambridge Street. Henry w. EUrao, Pastor. John B. 
Window, Chairman Standing Committee. A. I'. Qriffing, 
Treasurer. .J. D.Wellington, Clerk. Watson B. Hasti 
Sexton, resides Cambridge oor Fifth 

19 



218 SOCIETIES, I I « . 



ST. .JOHN'S CHURCH — CATHOLIC, 
South Fourth Street. Fawns X. BrANAOAV, Pastor. 

William r.-iscy, Sexton, Clerk, and Undertaker, r< 

Fourth Street near Spring. 



HOLMES CONGREGATIONAL SOCIETY. 
North Avenue. William Cabbuthebs, Pastor. John B. 
Atwill, Chairman Standing Committee. Charles J. Em 

Treasurer. L. J. Wing, Clerk. George J. Fox, Si 
boards at J. K. Farwell's, North Avenue. 



SOCIETIES, &.C. 

Dana Library. — Located at City Hall; open every Wed- 
nesday and Saturday from 4 to 8 P.M. Trusters 1. F. 

Richardson, Marshall T. Bigelow, George Livermore, Anson 
Hooker, W. W.Wellington. Librarian — Miss Caroline F. 
Orne. 

This is a public library, and is open to every one who 
resides in Cambridge, and will pay one dollar a year. It 
contains nineteen hundred and seventy-seven volumes. 
Large additions are constantly being made. 

Dowse Institute. — President, Zelotes Hosmer ; S<erc- 
tarij, W. W. Wellington; Treasurer, Charles Deane. They, 
together with the Mayor and the President of the Common 
Council for the time being, constitute the Board of Trus- 
tees. 

The Executors of the will of Thomas Dowse appropriated 
$10,000 for the establishment and support of an annual 
course of Public Lectures in Cambridge, under the name of 
the Dowse Institute. The first Lecture was delivered by 
Hon. Edward Everett, Dec. 7, 1858, at the City Hall. 

Cambridge Lyceum. — President, William L. Whitney; 
Secretary and Treasurer, A. 11. Ramsay; Trustees, James 
Munroe, Stephen T. Farwell, II. M. Hodges, Nathan I 
Fbenezer Francis, Augustus A. Whitney, William L. Whit- 
ney, A. H. Ramsay. 

Cambbidgepobt Horticultural Association-. — Org 
ized October, 1SG0. — President, C. M. Hovey, 
President, Charles II. Allen. Secretary, H. W. Mu 
Treasurer, J. C. Wellington. Librarian, D. W. Niks. 



SOCIETIES, ETC. 210 

Irving Literary Institution. — Rooms corner of Main 
and Norfolk Streets. President, G. A. Smart; Vice-Presi- 
dent, William II. Dodge; Recording Secretary, James B. 
Alden; Corresponding Secretary, William H. Whitney ; 
Treasurer, E. Willis Corey; Directors, William II. Smart, 
C. A. Damon, William A. Orcutt. 

Franklin Library Association. — Incorporated March 
lQth, 1854. Rooms, Lamson's Block, Main Street. Presi- 
dent, Hamlin R. Harding; Vice-President, D. A. Buckley, 
Secretary, G. A. Smart ; Treasurer, J. McDuffie ; Libra- 
rian, C. B. Cade. 

William Warren Dramatic Association. — Rooms in 
Franklin Hall, Lamson's Block, Main Street Meetings on 
Wednesday night. President, C. A. Damon; Vice-President, 
Colin Mackenzie ; Secretary, James Berwick ; Treasurer, 
James Henry; Stage .Manager, George E. Sawyer. 

Amicable Fire Society. — Instituted April 10, 1810. — 
President, Marshall T. Bigelow; Clerk, William Bates, jr.; 
Treasurer, Leonard Lyon; Wardens, William Porter, J. P. 
Wallace, jr., J. P. White, A. J. Jones, Levi Perkins. Au- 
diting Committee, J. A. Fulton, Henry Lamson. 

Howard Benevolent Society. — This Society was form- 
ed in 1851. Its object is to relieve the sufferings of the 
poor and unfortunate. Its officers are as follows : — 

President, Lewis Colby; Secretary, John C. Thurston; 
Treasurer, A. C. Webber. 

Managers — District No. 1, M. L. Smith ; District N<>. 
2, Charles Woodman; District No. 3, Samuel Palmer; Dis- 
trict No. 4, A. II. Saflford; District No. 5, J. W. Cook; Dis- 
trict No. C>, J. W. A. Scott ; District No. 7, A. Q. Bowel] ; 
District No. 8, Joseph Whittemore, 

Application for aid to be made to any one of the Man- 

C imbridge High School Assoc] \ i 
Robert lorry; Vice-Preidents, <!. A. Smart, F. VV. Tilton, 
Charles A. Cooper, D. T. 8. Leland, B. 8, Binney, Joseph 
If. Leonard; Secretary, George £. Chapman ; Trea»W( 
\. Smart; Executive Committee, Charles If. Ward. .). p. 
Etapp, J. U. Bates, Charles II- Spencer, w . s. Book, M 
Elvira S. Rice, Sarah Mitchell, Sarah .1. Davis, A. M. Webb, 
< ). .M. Cook; Orator, John l>. Sweel j Poet, Charles C urroll; 
Chronicler, 8. L Cutter, jr. 



220 MASONIC LODGES. 

Cambridge Eumaki Society. — PreHdent, William L. 
Whitney; Treasurer, A. H. Bash fohn* 

A. Albro, Rev. John Pryor, Rev. Frederic D. 1 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 
Prof. T. J. Child, Rev. William Newell. Agent, Rev. J. 

man Atkinson. 



St. John's Mutual Relief Society — connected wil 

John's Church. (550 members.) President, Rev, Y. X. 
Branagan ; Vice- President, Patrick Rafferty ; Secretary, 
Thomas Carrolle; Treasurer, Michael Barrett; Bookkeeper, 
Thomas McNamara. 

Board of Management. — Rev. F. X. Branagan, Patrick 
Rafferty, Thomas Carrolle, Michael Barrett, Thomas Mc- 
Namara, John Conlin, John Hegney, John Lennon, James 
McCann, James Eylword 

Visiting Committee. — "Walter Welch, Chairman. Dis- 
trict No. 1, East Cambridge, Thomas Keeffe, Hugh McElroy, 
Patrick Sexton. District No. 2, Somerville, George McGee, 
Thomas Corrigan, Edward Flynn. District No. 3, Lower 
Port, Patrick Doherty, John Dolan, John Corcoran. 
trict No. 4, Upper Port, Michael Daily. Boston and 
bury, Patrick Riley. 

St. John's Charitable Society, for the Relief of the 
Poor. (500 members.) President, Robert Brine, jr. ; Secre- 
tary, Michael Deehan; Treasurer, Rev. F. X. Branagan. 

St. John's Female Relief^ Society, for the relief of In- 
digent Females. (700 members.) President, Secretary , and 
Treasurer, Rev. F. X. Branagan. .Ictinz Officers — Amelia 
Mclntyre, Sarah Hughes, Mary Ann McFedey, aud Cathe- 
rine Donnelly. 



MASONIC LODGES. 

Amicable Lodge : meets on the first Thursday evening in 
every month, at Friendship Hall, Pearl Street, Cambi 
port. 

Ebenezer E. Towle, W. M. ; William R Knowlcs. S. A\ .: 
Gilbert D. Nourse, J. D. ; Nathan Fiske, Treasurer; Charles 
Tufts, Secretary. 

Putnam Lodge: meets at Odd Fellows' Hall, Bridge St., 
on the third Monday of every month. 

Master, P. Stearns Davis; "Treasurer, George L. Mitchell; 
Secretary, Ezra Parmenter. 



ODDFELLOWS TEMPERANCE ORDERS. 



221 



INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS. 

New England Lodge, No. 4, East Cambridge : meets 
every Friday evening, in Fraternity Hall, on Bridge Street. 

Friendship Lodge, No. 20, Cambridgeport : meets every 
Monday evening, at Friendship Hall, Pearl Street. 



TEMPERANCE ORGANIZATIONS. 

United Temple of Honor, No. 7 : meets every second 
and fourth Tuesday of each month, at Sons of Temperance 
Hall. 

Union Division, No. 8, Sons of Temperance, East 
Cambridge : meets every Thursday night at Sons of Tem- 
perance Hall, over Lechmere Bank. 

Charles River Division, No. 38, Sons of Temperance : 
meets every Monday evening at Buckley's Hall, Cambridge- 
port. 

Washington Elm Division, No. 130, Sons ot Temper- 
ance : meets every Monday night at Lyceum Hall, Old 
Cambridge. 

Crystal Fount Union, No. 35, Daughters of Temper- 
ance : meets semi-monthly on "Wednesday evenings at Sons 
of Temperance Hall. 

Social Council, No. 1, Sons and Daughters of Temper- 
ance : meets semi-monthly on Wednesday evenings at Sons 
of Temperance Hall. 

Independent Order of Good Templars — Hawkins 
Lodye : meetings Friday evening at Williams Hall. 

Temperance Reform Association : meets on Wednesday 

nights at Williams Hall. 

Unity Division, No. 150 : meets on Thursday evenings 

at Williams Hall. 

Temperance and Mutual Reliei Society, connected with 
St. Peter's Catholic Church. Michael Morgan, President, 
Michael Finnegan, Secretary* 

Temi i oi St. John's Church, (160 mem- 

bers.) Patrick Rafferty, President, 

V3* 



222 STATE AND CITY ELECTION. 



STATE ELECTION. 

The following abstract of the Totes for Governor and 
Lieutenant Governor, for the year 1861, will be found con- 
venient for reference. 

For Governor. 

John A. Andrew, of Boston, . . . 104,527 

Erasmus D. Beach, of Springfield, ! . . 35,191 

Amos A. Lawrence, of Brookline, . . . 23,816 

Benjamin F. Butler, of Lowell, . . . 6,000 

For Lieutenant Governor. 

John Z. Goodrich, of Stockbridge, . . . 104,557 

Charles Thompson, of Charlestown, . . 34,725 

George Marston, of Barnstable, . . . .23,437 

Da\id N. Carpenter, of Greenfield, . . . 6,071 

Councillor for Council District J\~o. 2. 
James M. Shute, of Somerville. 

Senator for Middlesex District J\ o. 2. 
John Schouler, of West Cambridge. 

Attorney General, D wight Foster, of Worcester. 
VOTES FOR MAYOR FOR 1861. 

IN CAMBRIDGE. 



Wards, I. II. 111. IV. 


V. Total 


James D. Green, 320 195 329 177 


112 1133 


John Sargent, 106 349 238 347 


67 1107 


THE POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENT IN 


1860. 


Lincoln, - 


- 1.7- 


Douglas, - 

Breckinridge, - - - - 

Bell, 


1,354.423 
605.801 



According to the census returns for 1860, the number of 
inhabitants in Cambridge is 26.074. 



OFFICERS OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY. 223 



OFFICERS OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY. 

Cornelius C. Felton, ll.d., President. 

Jambs Jackson, m.d., ll.d., Professor of Theory and Practice 
of Physic, Emeritus. 

Joel Parker, ll.d., Royall Professor of Law 

Conyers Francis, d.d., Parkman Professor of Pulpit Elo- 
quence and the Pastoral Care. 

, Hollis Professor of Divinity. 

Tseophilus Parsons, ll.d., Dane Professor of Law. 

George R. No yes, d.d., Hancock Professor of Hebrew and 
other Oriental Languages, and Dexter Lecturer on Bib- 
ilical Literature. 

Emory Washburn, ll.d., LTniversity Professor of Law. 

D. Humphreys Storer, m.d., Professor of Obstetrics and 
Medical Jurisprudence. 

Frederick H. Hedge, d.d., Professor of Ecclesiastical His- 
tory in the Divinity School. 

John B. S. Jackson, m.d., Shattuck Professor of Morbid 
Anatomy, and Curator of the Anatomical Museum. 

John Langdon Sibley, a.m. Librarian. 

Andrew P. Peabody. d.d., Preacher to the University, and 
Plummer Professor of Christian Morals. 

Louis Agassiz, ll.d , Professor of Zoology and Geology in 
the Lawrence Scientific School. 

Henry Ingersoll Bowditch, m.d., Jackson Professor of Clin- 
ical Medicine. 

Oliver W. Holmes, m.d., Parkman Professor of Anatomy 
and Physiology. 

Benjamin Peirle. ll.d., Perkins Professor of Astronomy 
and Mathematics. 

Asa Gray, m.d., Fisher Professor of Natural History. 

George Cheyne Shattuck, m.d., Hersey Professor of the 
Theory and Practice of Physic. 

Francis Bowen, a.m., Alford Professor of Natural Religion, 
Moral Philosoph}-, and Civil Polity. 

George E. Ellis, d.d., Professor of Systematic Theology in 
the Divinity School. 

Joseph Lovering, a.m., Hollis Professor of Mathematics and 
Natural Philosophy, and Regent 

Henry W. Torrey, a.m., McLean Professor of Ancient and 
Mo lern History. 

Jeffriks Wyman, m.d , Hersey Professor of Anatomy. 

Johb Baoon, M.D., University Professor of Chemistry in the 
Me. lie 1 1 School. 



224 OFF] C I B B r ii iBTIBB PHI VI RBITY. 



Ih:\uv J, Bigelow, m.d., Professor of Burgery, 
11 uv L. Bustis, a.m., Professor of Engineering, in the 
Lawrence Boientifio School. 

Kva\<. ;u\rs A. S FH0CLE8, LM., University !\ 

Ancient, Byzantine, and Modern Greek. 
Ebbs X. BTobsfobd, a.m., Rumford Professor and Lecturer 

on the Application of the Scienoes t«. tin: Useful Art-. 
James Kusbell Lowell, a.m., Smith Professor of the French 
and Spanish Languages and Literatures, and IV 

of Belles-Lettres. 

Charles Miel, a.m., Instructor in French. 

Kzra Abbot, a.m., Assistant Librarian, 

Edward Hammond Clarke, m.d., Professor of Materia Medi- 
ca. 

George P. Bond, a.m., Director of the Observatory, and 
Phillips Professor of Astronomy. 

Francis J. Child, Ph.d. Boylston Professor of Rhetoric and 
Oratory. 

George M. Lane, Ph.D., University Professor of Latin. 

James Jennison, a.m., Tutor in Elocution. 

Josiah P. Cooke, a.m., Erving Professor of Chemistry and 
Mineralogy. 

George Adam Schmitt, a.m., Instructor in German. 

Henry James Clark, s.b., Assistant Professor of Zoology in 
the Lawrence Scientific School. 

William W. Goodwin, Ph.D., Eliot Professor of Greek Lit- 
erature. 

Epiiraim W. Gurnet, a.b., Tutor in Latin. 

Charles William Eliot, a.m., Assistant Professor of Mathe- 
matics and Chemistry. 

Edward Pearce, a.b., Tutor in Mathematics. 

James Mills Peirce, a.m., Tutor in Mathematics. 

Edwin Hale Abbot, a.m., Tutor in Greek, Latin and His- 
tory. 

Solomon Lincoln, a.m., Tutor in Greek, and Registrar. 

William P. G. Bartlett, a.b., Proctor. 

George W. C. Noble, a.b., Proctor. 

WiNSLOW Warren, a.b., Proctor. 

Lorinc, W. Bailey, a.b., Proctor. 

Andrew T. Bates, a.b., Tutor in Latin. 

Charles S. Peirce, a.b., Proctor. 

Louis Tiiies, Curator of the Gray Collection of Engravings. 

Levi Parsons Homeb, Instructor in Music. 

William Gh Stearns, a.m., Steward. 

John B. Dan \. Assistant Steward and Patron, Office, No. 1 
Harvard Bow. 



EVENTS IN 1 860. 225 



SUMMARY OF EVENTS IN I860. 

January 6. — The steamship Northerner, Capt. Dall, while 
on her passage from San Francisco to Panama, was lost, and 
a large number of the passengers perished. Captain Dall 
and thirty-two of his crew were saved, also seventeen of the 
passengers. 

Jan. 10. — Awful catastrophe at Lawrence, occasioned by 
the falling in of the Pemberton Mills, in which were about 
seven hundred operatives, causing the death of seventy- 
six individuals, and badly wounding one hundred and 
forty-eight others. 

Jan. 18. — The Hon. John Nelson died in Baltimore. He 
i held the office of Attorney General during the administra- 
tion of John Tyler. 

Jan. 23 — Rev. F. D. Huntington resigned the office of 
Plummer Professor of Christian Morals in Harvard Uni- 
versity. 

February 1. — Hon. William Pennington of New Jersey, 
was elected Speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives, 
on the forty-fifth ballot, and after consuming eight weeks 
time. 

Feb 18. — The greatest snow storm of the season. Snow 
fell to the depth of twelve inches. 

Feb. 18. — Manning, Glover & Co's store, Boston, was 
burnt commencing at 8 o'clock P. M. on which occasion 
Charles Carter and Charles Duncan lost their lives by the 
falling in of the walls. 

Feb. 20. — The British steamship, Hungarian, was lost off 
Cape Sable, while on her passage from Liverpool to Port- 
land. She had on board 360 individuals, all of whom 
perished. 

March 16. — Aaron D. Stevens and Albert Hazlett were 
hung at Charlestown, Virginia, for the crimes of murder, 
treason, and insurrection. 

April 5. — A. Albert Osborn, and Charles E. Whitney, both 
of Cambridge, were drowned in Charles River. 

May l. — James Smith, a resident of Cambridge, and 

master of the ship Cioero, of Boston, while on the way to 

New Orleans, was lost with his vessel, by running <»n to 

off tin' Bahamas; bJso, two passengers and ;i portion 

of the crew. 

M iy 10.— The death of Theodore Parker occurred in Plor- 

June 26. — William Loughrey, policeman, was murdered 
by James Hurley, in the night time, while In the iisoli 
of his duty. 



226 EVENTS IN 1860. 



June 29. — Jonathan B. Goodnow, of Brighton, was struck 
by lightning in his own house, and instantly killed. 

June 29. — The " Great Elm " on Boston Common was 
nearly destroyed by a gale of wind, accompanied with hail 
and rain. 

July 19. — Cornelius C. Felton was inaugurate 1 President 
of Harvard University. 

Aug. 21. — A remarkable rain storm occurred in Cam- 
bridge, and extended to West Cambridge, Watertown, Wal- 
tham, and Lexington ; the water fell to the depth of six 
inches in two hours. 

Sept. 8. — The steamer Lady Elgin was lost on Lake Mich- 
igan, together with from three to four hundred human 
beings on board. 

Oct. 2. — The American Board of Commissioners for For- 
eign Missions commenced the celebration of their 50th anni- 
versary in Boston. 

Oct. 3. — John Hutchinson, a carpenter, fell while at 
work on a dwelling in Ward One, and was instantly killed. 

Oct. 6. — Serious conflagration at South Boston. Loss 
over $200,000. 

Oct. 6. — The steamer Connaught, while on her way from 
Galway to Boston with six hundred passengers on board, 
was burnt when within one hundred miles of Boston. The 
passengers and crew were all saved, by being taken on 
board the Minnie Schiffer, Captain Wilson. 

Oct. 17. — Several shocks of an earthquake occurred in 
Cambridge about 6 o'clock, A. M., which extended through 
the New England States and the Canadas. 

Oct. 17. — The Prince of Wales and Suite arrived in Bos- 
ton, and were publicly received by the authorities of that 
city. 

Oct. 19. — The Prince of Wales, accompanied by his 
suite, visited Harvard University, Mt. Auburn, Bunker 
Hill, and the Public Library. 

Oct. 20. — The Prince of Wales and suite, sailed from 
Portland for England. 

Nov. 13. — Dedication of the Museum of Comparative 
Zoology in this city. 

Nov. 15. — The Prince of Wales and suite arrived home 
from their American tour, after a boisterous passage of 
twenty-seven days. 

Dec. 14. — Ccld Friday. Thermometer three degrees be- 
low zero. 



TAX PAYERS. 227 



TAX PAYERS IN CAMBRIGDE. 

The tax books of 1860 show the amount Jof taxable prop- 
erty in Cambridge to be $21,280,700. The rates of taxa- 
tion was $9.00 on every $1000. The number of Polls were 
5.629, which were assessed at $1.50 each. Real Estate, $15, 
366,150. Personal Estate, $5,914,550. The following is a 
list of those individuals and firms who are taxed as high 
as $25.00 and upwards. • 



District I. 



69.00 
135 00 
164.40 

30.60 

30.30 
254.40 
108.00 

85.50 
360.00 

81.00 



Abbott, George W 
Abbott, Ann W 
Agassiz, Louis 
Ainsworth, Susan H 
Albro, John A 
Allen, Walter M 
Allen & Farnham 
Allen, Elizabeth 
Allyne, Rebecca P 
Ames, Seth 
Appleton, Thomas G 631.50 
Atkinson, Kinsman 42.00 
Atkinson, William P 
Atkinson, William P 
Atwill, John B 
Austin, Agnes 
Austin, Susan S 
Baldwin, James W 
Bartlett, W r illiam B 
Barnes, John 
Batchelder, Samuel 
Bates, Betsey and P 
Batchelder, F L heirs 

of 80.40 

Bated, AVilliam 2d 34.80 

Bates, Jacob II 296.80 

tfates, William 88.80 

Bates, John 8. 4200 

Bates, .J 11 guardian 45,00 
Beard, J W 46.50 

Beck, Charles 1350.50 



136.50 

85.50 

102.30 

106.20 

234.00 

154.50 

55 50 

51.00 

720.60 

27/J0 



Beckwith, George C 100.50 
Becker, Alex Mrs 189.00 
Berry, William B 46.50 

Bigelow, Marshall T 33.00 
Bigelow, Samuel 64.50 

Blake, Darius 51.90 

Black, James W 42.00 

Black, William 27.70 

Blatchford, E H Mrs 540.00 
Bond, George P 94.20 

Bond, George P and 
Richard F trus- 
tees 162.00 
Bowman, N R Mrs 27.00 
Bowen, George H 136 50 
Bowen, Francis 12:5.20 
Bradbury, William F 56.40 
Brackets William H & 

MaryE 31.5) 

Brackett, James 73.50 

Brattles, Edward 61.80 

Brewer, H E 
Brewer, Thomas H 2 
Brewster, John 250 80 

Brown, Daniel 26.70 

Blown, "William 152.70 

Brown, A I mini 54.00 

Brown, T A heirs of ( .' l .».oi) 
Bruce, Charles W. 51.00 
Buck, David S 29.40 

Buckingham, Ellen and 

Lucy A 
Burditt, Mary 



228 



T A \ P | | 



Burditt, Mary and Cor- 
delia 27.00 
Barrage & Shepherd [80.10 
Butt rick, Ephraim 821.00 
Bash, Elisabeth 94.60 
Caleb, Rtohard C 46.60 
Caldwell, William 190.60 
Cambridge Gas Light 

Co * 1676.00 

Cambridge Market 

Bank 36.00 

Campbell, David, heirs 

of 33.30 

Campbell, Sarah P 90.00 
Carter, William E 78.00 

Carey, Thomas G Mrs 756 00 
Carpenter, Deborah 

heirs of 262.80 

Chamberlain, J Mrs 31.50 
Chad wick, Samuel, 2 ( J.70 
Channing, Henrietta, 

Mrs 175.80 

Chapman, E A Mrs 230.40 
Chapman, Francis L 222.00 
Child, Francis J 26 70 

Choate, Charles F 118.50 
Claussen, Francis S 51.00 
Clapp, Charles C 43 80 

Cleveland, Mary W 90.00 
Cofran, Samuel W 61.80 

Coggswell, Mary E 90.00 
Colburn, Warren Mrs 90.00 
Connelly, Barney 32 10 

Cook, John B ' 94.20 

Cook, Ephraim 42.00 

Coolidge, Josiah 332.70 

Coolidge, Joseph G 223.80 
Coolidge, Caroline 64.80 

Cottrell, AdamS 56 50 

Cowden, L F 33.00 

Cox, Samuel heirs of 45.00 
Crane, John 63.63 

Cummings, Susan, heirs 

of 34.20 

Curran, Catherine 27.00 

Cushman, Charles 73.60 

Cutler, George II. 50.10 

Cutler, Curtis 



Cutler, I 1 10 lo 

Cutler, Joseph 

Cutler, .1 and others 31.60 

Cutter, Asa 127.60 

Cutter, Susan wife of 

Asa 46.00 

Dana, John B 106.90 

Dana, Elizabeth 27.00 

Dana, Richard II jr 11 1.0 I 
Danforth, 289.10 

Davis, Charlee B 91.60 

Day, Ralph 

Deane, George H 105.00 

Deane, Charles 181.60 

Dillingham, Henry 87.60 

Dixwell, KpesS ' 216.60 

Donnell & Moore 

Dounison, Cath. L 117. 00 

Dorr, Cornelius 93 30 

Dougherty, Manasses I' 

Draper, M jr 

Dunham, Israel P 

Dyer, Ezra C 141.90 

Edwards, Abraham 37.50 

Ellis, David, 

Eliot, Charles W 119.40 

Eliot, Charles W and 
George Lyman 
trustees 90.00 

Episcopal Society, War- 
dens 

Estes, Ivory P 47.40 

Eustis, Henry L 222.00 

Everett, Emily 46.50 

Fairbank, Anne 

Farwell, James K 

Farwell, Stephen T : 

Farwell, Stephen T Hil- 

liard trustee 324.00 

Faxon, Maria, wife of 
J II Bancroft ! 

Felton, C C ,t Merrill 
trustees 

Felton, C C 

Fernald, Hiram 42.00 

Fiske, Nathan 

FHnt, S & B K Tl.in 

. Charles C A 7 



TAX PAYERS. 



229 



Foster, Charles F 81.00 
Francis, Convers 155.40 
Francis, Eben, 255.30 
French, William A 27.60 
Frost, William 1 1 3.10 
Fuller, Henry A 91 50 
Fulton, John A 132.00 
Folsom, Charles 73.50 
Gannett, W r illiam W 68.10 
Gardner, Mary J 31.50 
Gault, William L 37.50 
Gerry, John W 91 50 
Gill, William 55.50 
Gilman, Arthur 46.50 
Gilkey, Royal & Co 90.00 
Glover, Henry R 88.80 
Goodman, Nancy, 27.00 
Gray, Asa 34.80 
Green, James D 149.10 
Green, James D exe- 
cutor of F Sales 81.00 
Greenough, H Mrs 144.00 
Greenough, Henry 262.50 
Hadiey, David B 83.40 
Hall, Orrin 42.00 
Hapgood, Cyrus 75.30 
Harlow, Ann M 51 50 
Harris, Thaddeus Mrs 

123.30 
Harmon, John, J Barnes 

a Lministrator 49*50 

Hi-tin::>, Oliver 795.30 

Hastings, & Co 135.00 

Hayes, Luther S 35. 70 
Hazeitine, M I) heirs of 27 oo 

Hedge, Mary L 45.00 
Henderson, Robert 

Higginson, Waldo 64.00 

Hill, Nathan R 228.30 

Hildreth, Abijah E 26250 

Hodges, Richard M \ 
Holbrook, Daniel 

Holt, Larkin 34.80 

Holt, Samuel H 26.70 
Holman, John 
Holmes, Sarah, Mrs 
Holmes, John 

Homer, Charles W 62.70 



Howe, Estes 253.50 

Howe, Estes Hubbard, 
Converse & Little, 
trustees 108.00 

Howe, Sarah L 98.10 

Howe, Uriah T 46.50 

Howe, Jonathan 
Hubbard, Gardiner G 512.70 
Humphrey, Sophia 27.00 
Humphrey, David 151.50 
Hunnewell, Charles H 37.50 
Hunnewell, Charles 35.70 
Hunnewell, Frank 26.70 
Hunnewell, -James A 28.50 
Hunnewell, \V admr 180.00 
Huntington, F D 
Hutchinson, Erastus 48.30 
Hyde, Isaac 87.00 

Jarvis & Stone 421.20 

Jarvis, Rebecca 144.00 

Jones, Andrew J 152.70 

Jones, Leonard S 1G8.00 

Keinard,Bei jimin 28.500 
Kernan, James 54.60 

Kimball, Wm & Co 
King, Charlotte 90.00 

Ladd, Willard 42.00 

Lally, Thomas 47.40 

Lamb, Antony 
Lamson, Henry 42.90 

Lane, George M 69.90 

Lane, G G 33.60 

Lmgmaid, Samuel 32.10 
Lathrop, William M 27.00 
Lee, S (J Mrs 90.00 

Larned, Benjamin 27.60 
Lamed, Benj unii 
Lerned, John II 186.10 

Little, CharlesC l 109.10 
Little & Farwell.J Hon 

trustees 1 1. lo 

Little & Karwell, troa- 

-. .1 M ISO] 

Littlefleld, Joseph II 
Livermore, George I 
Liyermore, < 

J ►.ilc, trustees 1' 
Dowse, 46.00 



20 



230 


TAX PAYERS. 

i 


Longfellow, II W 


1220.10 Parsons, S. heirs of 373.50 | 


Lord, Thomas B 


30.30 


Parsons, Sylvanus M 37.50 j 


Lovering, Joseph, 


118.50 


Patterson, Thomas 45.60 


Lowell, Charles 


417.30 


Phillips, Willard 39400 


Lowell, James R 


187.80 


Phillips, W & S Batch- 


Lowell, Charles R 


73.50 


elder, jr trustees 558.00 


Lyceum Proprietors, 


90.00 


Perkins, Levi 31 20 ! 


Lyon, Leonard 


60.00 


Pettingili & Wheeler 25.20 ! 


Mace, Mary 


27.00 


Pickering, Octavius 258.00 ! 


Manning, Elizabeth B 58.50 


Picket, Mary E 27.00 | 


Mann, Jonathan 


32.10 


Peirce, Benjamin 42.90 


Marston, John M 


28.50 


Piper, George C 73.50 j 


McCarvill, James 


51.90 


Plympton, Charles H 46.50 , 


Mead, Alpheus 


57.30 


Plympton & Manning 441.90 | 


Meacham, George 


650.40 


Plympton, Sylvanus 78. y0 


Meacham, George A 


78.00 


Pomeroy, Anna 191 00 


Merrill, Arthur 


33.00 


Porter, Zachariah B 278.00 


Merrill, J C 


55.50 


Porter, Joseph Mrs 54.00 


Merrill, John 


82.50 


Porter, Joseph Mrs 


Melledge, Catharine 


135.00 


admx 36.00 


Metcalf, Charles R 


103.20 


Potter, Dexter 132 00 


Mills, Harriet 


34.20 


Potter, Henry 1165.10 


Mil=er, William 


55,50 


Prentiss, J heirs of 49.50 ' 


Morse, Royal 


46.50 


Prescott, Joel H 49.20 ! 


Morse, James R 


38.40 


President and Fellows 


Morrison, Eben 


31.20 


of Harvard Col- 


Morrison, S heirs of 


45.00 


lege 1609.20 


Morang, Anna L 


369.00 


Pry or, John 55.50 


Mt. Auburn Corpora- 


Putnam, John P 51. 00 


tion 


63.00 


Ramsay, AH 117.90 


Munroe, James 


195.00 


Rand, Samuel 123.90 


Munroe, James & Co 


26.10 


Rand, Benj. heirs of 310.50 


Murdoch, C E heirs of 72.00 


Raymond, Z L 150.90 


Nichols, I admr 


137.70 


Read, John 226 50 


Norton, Michael 


132.00 


Read, William 685.80 


Norton, Andrew Mrs 1422.00 


Remick, Jacob P 27.50 


Noyes, George R 


92.40 


Rhoades, Solomon 33.00 


Nutting & Prescott 


36.03 


Rice, Joseph H 115.80 


Nutting, Phillip 


93.00 


Rice, George G 75.30 


O'Brien, Thomas 


28.05 


Rice, Moses M 190.50 


O' Conner, Maurice 


51.00 


Rice, Cyrus 46.50 


Owen, John 


163 30 


Richardson, Walcut 61.80 


Paine, Henry W 


156.00 


Richardson, Susan C 9).00 


Palfrey, John G 


339.00 


Richardson, Edward 70.80 


Parker, Henry M 


126.60 


Richardson, Wm T 154.50 


Parker, Joel 


387.90 


Richardson & Gooch 171.00 


Parker, I lizabeth 


36.00 


Richards, Joseph R 62.70 


Parsons, Theophilus 


239.10 Richmond, T heirs of 349.20 



TAX PAYERS. 



231 



Robbins, Robert L 
Ross, Robert 
Rowe, I F executor 
Russell, Charles T 
Russell, T heirs of 
Sanders, Charles 
Sands, John L 
Sands, Elizabeth 



81.90 

70.80 

47.70 

150.00 

27.00 

712.80 

123.90 

42.30 



Sargent, Catherine Mrs 

and daughter 45.00 

Sargent, Solomon 595.50 

Sargent & Conant 108.00 

Saunders, Charles H 169.80 

Saunders, Frank E 95.10 

Saunders, George S 80.70 

Saunders, Horace 150.09 

Saunders, Wiliam A 382.20 

Saunders, William 187.80 

Sawin, Nathaniel D 69.00 

Sawyer, Jabez 26.70 

Sawyer, S heirs of 40 . 50 

Sever & Francis 54.00 

Shepard Society 36.00 

Sias, William 28.50 

Sibley, John L 39.30 

Skinner, Samuel M 78,00 

Sleeper, Solomon S 82.50 

Smith, Stephen 31.20 

Smith, Chauncy 51.10 

Snow, Samuel 73.5 

Sparks, Jared 942.00 

Spencer, William V 41.10 

Spelman, F M 73.50 

Sprague, Isaac 33.00 

Spring, Charles 42.00 

Stackpole, Susan M 54.00 

Staples, James 28.50 

Stanfield, Mark M. 36.50 

Stearns, James 52.80 
Stearns, A. A. wife of 

James 71.10 
Stearns, Thomas 42.00 
Stearns, William G 262.50 
Stearns, W. G. adm. es- 
tate Prof. Popkin 234.00 
Stearns, Albert 07.20 
Stewart, Richard 105.90 
Stiles, John C 58.20 



Stiles, Stephen 49.20 
Stickney, N W 68.10 
Stimpson, H H 214.80 
Stimson, Royal 189.60 
Stone, Mary, adm. 90 00 
Stratton, Charles 60.00 
Sullivan, Richard 91.50 
Sullivan, Richard, jr. 46.50 
Sumner, Amelia, Mrs. 58.50 
Swann, Abigail, Mrs. 58 50 
Sweet, J. D. Mrs. 25.20 
Sweetman, John 64.50 
Sweetser, Samuel 55.50 
Tamplin, James B 42.90 
Taylor, Oliver 60.90 
Teel, Ammi C 54.60 
Thayer, JH&JP 153.30 
Thayer, Cephas P 25.80 
Thies, Louis 295.80 
Thomas, Seth J 91.50 
Todd, Susan H 175.50 
Tolman, Mary C 25.20 
Torry, Robert 94.20 
Treadwell, Daniel 298.50 
Treadwell, D. and oth- 
ers, trustees 58.50 
Trow, Francis R 45.60 
Tuttle, Moses, heirs of 26.10 
Union R. R. Co. 900.00 
Upham, C. Miss 135.00 
Vaughan, Charles 93.30 
Vaughan, William M. 69.00 
Wade, Francis W 37.50 
Waitt, Andrew S 83.40 
Wallace, James P 40.20 
Walker, James 343.50 
Walton, Nathan S 41.00 
Warren, Moses 343.50 
Warren & Smith 171.00 
Ware, William, Mrs. 126.00 
Ward, Edward A 135.60 
Ward, John 28.10 
Warland, Mary A 33.30 
Warland, William 69.90 
Washburn, Emory 361.50 
Waterhouse, Louisa 465.30 
Watts, Francis A 28.50 
Welch, A K P 37.50 



232 


T A X P A Y E It 9 . 


• 


Welch, Bigelow& Co. 


270.00 Bond, Norton J 


108.00 


Welti, Benjamin C. 


123.00 


Brooks, Henry 


63.00 ! 


Wells, William, adm. 


352.80 


Brown, Francis, adm 




Wells, Lucia G.F. 


45.00 


of E A Chapman 


90.00 


Wells, Maria, Mrs. 


85.50 


Brown, Mary D 


460.80 


Wilcomb, George 


40.50 


Brown, James P 


128.70 , 


Wheaton, Catharine 


126.00 


Brown, Edward W 


loi.io ; 


White, Thomas J 


78.00 


Brown, John M 


204.30 


White, George W 


6G.30 


Brown, Ellen R 


243.90 


Whitman, E P 


429.90 


Brown, Daniel L 


133.20 : 


Whitney, Benj. W 


65.40 


Coolidge, Jesse 


25.20 ! 


Whitney, Susanna 


306.00 


Curtis, Charles B 


72.00 


Whitney, William L 


475.80 


Crosby, Frederick 


90.00 1 


Whitney, William L 




Dana, James 


162.00 I' 


treasurer 


99.00 


Dean, Henry 


54.00 | 


Whitney & Brackett 


80.10 


Derby, George 


25.20 ! 


Whipple, John A 


62.70 


Dexter, Thomas & Co 




Wildes, Moses 


201 30 


Pickering, trustees 153.00 


Wildes, William 


52.80 


DeW 7 olf, J and others 


58.50 


Wiley, Abraham S 


28.54 


Eustis, William, Mrs. 


108.00 


Willard, Abel 


390.30 


Fay, Maria D 


72.00 


Willard, Lucy, Mrs. 


54.00 


Fletcher, W \V 


207.00 


Willis, Stillman 


296.70 


Foster & Taylor 


25.20 


Withey, Simeon B. 


37.50 


Foster, Samuel C 


72.00 


Wood, Alfred 


87.00 


Fuller, Alexander 


25.20 


Wood & Hall 


195.30 


Frothingham, Gideon 


36.00 


Wood, Jonas 


60.00 


Frost, Elizabeth 


36.00 


Wood, Charles P 


39.30 


Gates, William 


117.00 


Worcester, Joseph E 


726.90 


Greenleaf, James 


301.50 


Worster, John 


72.00 


Gray, John C. 


441.00 


W right, Samuel J 


40.20 


Greeley, Andrew G 


31.50 


Wright, William 


66.30 


Greenough, Harriet G 69.50 


Wyeth, Andrew N 


28.50 


Guyot, Arnold 


117.00 


Wyeth, Benjamin F 


55.50 


Hale, George J 


36.00 


Wyeth, James H 


75.30 


Hastings, Edmund T 


454.50 


Wyeth, John 


185.10 


Hastings, John W 


27.00 


Wyeth, Jonas 


250.80 


Hayes, George W 


108.00 


Wyeth, Jonas, 2d 


600.00 


Hitchcock, Alfred 


27.00 


Wyeth, N. J. heirs of 799.20 


Hobbs, E 


63.00 


Wyman, Morrill 


655.80 


Holbrook, Elizabeth 


108.00 ■. 






Holt, Thomas P 


27.00 


JVon-Residents. 


Hubbell, Peter 


132.30 






Huse, Horace 


40.60 


Ammidon, Philip 


33.30 


Johnson, W O 


45.00 


Averell, A M 


36.00 


Keith, Lucretia 


121.50 


Bacall, William K 


29.70 


Kent, Thomas G 


45.00 


Baldwin, James F 


45.00 


Kidder, Francis D 


117.00 


Benson, Arthur W 


36.00 


Kuhn, George H 


54.00 j 



TAX PAYERS. 


233 




Little & Brown 45.00 


Allston Martha R. 


189.00 




Loring, Edward G 162.00 


Annable, Joseph 


42.00 




Lyman, Joseph 49.50 


Annable, J D & Son 


38.70 




Maiden & Middlesex 


Aqueduct, Cambridg 


e 




R. R. Co. 31.50 


Co. 


54.00 




Minot, Wm. jr. trustee 40.50 


Arkerson, Albert 


30.30 




Minot, W executor 67.50 


Arnold, Samuel S 


96.90 




Morse, Ozias 180.00 


Atwood Isaac B. 


44.70 




McCrehan, Jeremiah 38.70 


Bacon Warren 


69.00 




Nickerson, Joseph 27.90 


Bailey Byron 


37.50 




Paige, Benj. heirs of 54.00 


Baker, Obed 


46.50 




Parker, Benjamin F 25.20 


Baker, James, heirs of 45.00 




Parker, Benj. and Dana, 


Bangs Isaiah, Mrs. 


295.20 




James 54.00 


Bangs, Isaiah, heirs of 80.90 




Parker, F E 244.80 


Bang, Jacob N 


37.50 




Peck, Abel G 40.50 


Banks, D S 


33.00 




Preston & Merrill 180 .10 


Barbour, John N 


28.50 




Read, James B 99.00 


Barrett George C 


42.90 




Reed, Samuel G 117.00 


Bates, William H 


26.70 




Russell, Philemon R. 31.50 


Bent, Newell 


452.40 




Seavey, Theodore H. 63.00 


Bent, Newell, heirs of 504 90 




Shattuck, Amelia H 81.00 


Bigelow, Alan son 


113.10 




Shaw, Southworth 63.00 


Bills, Mark, heirs of 


130.50 




Smith, Benjamin A. 


Blake, True 


55.50 




trustee 58.60 


Bliss, H P Mrs 


68.50 




Stearns, William 27.00 


Blodgett, Alvaro 


37.50 




Southwick, Uenry T 27.00 


Boardman, Charles 


35.70 




Tenny, Oliver 27 00 


Boardman, James 


123.90 




Tudor. Frederick 178.20 


Boggs Francis M. 


35.70 




West, George W. & Co. 34.20 


Bosworth, Hiram 


109.50 




Welch, W J 72.00 


Bosworth, H & J S 


126.90 




Wilcox, James 26.10 


Bowker, Daniel 


33.00 




Willard, Emery 25.20 


Boyle, John 


32.10 




Whittemore, J. heirs of 49.50 


Braybook, E H 


113.10 




Woodbridge, S F 139.50 


Bradford, Charles R 


53.70 






Brewer, Isaac D 


27.60 






Brigham, Peter 


80.70 




District II. 


Brooks, Hiram 


358.80 






Brooks, Matthew 


66.30 




Abbott George W. 


Brooks, William II 


34.80 




trustee #64.80 


Brooks, Stephen P 


42.00 




Abbott, George W. 177.00 


Brooks, Susan E 


28.80 




Adams, Mehitable 72.00 


Bright, J J 


39.30 




Adams, Albert 28.50 


Bright, Horace O 


260.70 




Agin, Michael 5L00 


Brown, Dennis S 


52.80 




Allen, ElbridgeG. 137,40 


Brown, Thomas C 


28.50 




Allen & Endicott, £60.00 


Brown, Major \V 


26.25 




Allen, Charles 11. 109.50 


Brown, Artemas Z 


89.70 





20* 



2 1 






Brownlow, Joseph 


87.60 


Colby, Lewie 1 


226.50 


Bryant, Sophia 


29.70 


Colby, Lewie 




Buckley, D A 


66.00 


dian 




Ballard, Asa 


61 90 


Colby, Lewis guar- 




Builook, W W 


64.16 


dian 




Bullock, Albert 




Colby, Harriet J 


999 00 


Burdett, JohnD G 


86.70 


( toles, ( Iharlea I' 




Burlingame Anson 


42.00 


Colley, Benjamin C. 




Burleigh, J N 


26.70 


Conlan, John 




Burpee E ,\; S \v 


48.60 


«nt, Levi 


11 LOO 


Burpee, Joseph E 


28.00 


Cook, Josiah W 


287.7 1 


Burrage Josiah 


303.00 


Coolidge, Abial 




Burrage, Shepherd & 


Coolidge, Nancy 




Co 


108.00 


Cooper, Charles 




Burrldge, Joseph 


28.50 


Cooper, William 




Butterneld, William P 162.60 


Costello, James 


33.D0 


Cade, George L 


41.10 


Cox, Leonard 


171.50 


Caldwell, Humphrey 


P 50.12 


Crabbie, Miller 




Cal lender, Hannah G 


47.60 


Crane, Luther 




Cambridge Bank 


85.50 


Cronan, Timothy 


42.90 


Capen, Stoddard 


73.50 


up Benjamin F 2 


Carruth, Charles C 


39.30 


Cumminga Charles II 102.75 


Carter, Peluna A Mrs 54.00 


Cutter, James M 




Carter, Luke 


874.50 


Cutter, Samuel jr. 




v Cassidy, Kdward 


73.50 


Cutter, Peter 




Chad wick, Samuel 


25.50 


Da dinger, J heirs of 




Chamberlain, 11 M 


377.25 


Dallinger & Grossman 


Chamberlain, Henry 




Dalton, James 




M (guardian) 


162.00 


Dana, Thomas 




Chamberlain, II M as 




Dana £ Bastings 




Trustee 


574.20 


Dana,Edm P lieirs of 31 


Chamberlin, D U 


163.50 


Dane, Jos G heirs of 




Chandler, Martin E 


25.80 


Danforth, Hollis 




Chancy, Tliomas 


58.20 


Davenport, Charles W 4 


Clianey, Thomas & Co 30.00 


Davenport, Alvin 




Chaplin, Sarah F 


146.70 


Davis, Curtis 




Chapman, William 


26.70 


Davis & Bates 


11620 


Chase, H L 


42.ni) 


Davis, Kliphalet 


217 60 


Chase, Jeremiah C 


123.90 


Davis, Mason 


61.00 


Clapp, Frederick 


141.00 


Davis, Stephen G 


146.40 


( l.i rk, Benjamin P 


96.00 


Davis, Wm & E W 




('Ink, Luther 


96.00 


Davis, .In. 




Clark, Simon P 


r,n.:ii> 


Dennis, Wm. YV 




( lark, Alvan 


101.10 


Denton, Kben 




Clark, II 


60.00 


Denton a: Wood 




Clou- ton, William 




Dexter, Henry 




Cobb, Jos ah It 


29.40 


Dexter, J< Beph 




C lark, Marianna M 




Dickinson, Alexander 3 1 



TAX PAYEES . 


235 


Dillaway, Stillman S 


34.80 


Fuller, Benjamin B 


34.80 


Dimick, Calvin 


171.G0 


Gale, George T 


172.50 


Dodge, John C 


105 00 


(ale & Dudley 


85.50 


Dodge, John H 


41.10 


Gates, James W 


94.20 


1 Dodge Solomon H 


168.90 


Gault, Thomas 


67.20 


Dodge, Joseph F 


29.40 


Gault, Benjamin F 


78.90 


Douglass, Robert 


529.80 


George, Obadiah 


73.50 


Douglass, Robert as 


Gibbs, Benjamin 


26.70 


trustee 


81.00 


Gilbert, Samuel S 


55.50 


Douglass, Robert, 




Goodnow, Joseph 


105.00 


guardian Allen 




Gould, Frederick 


81.60 


heirs 


972.00 


Gould, Fred trustee 


58.50 


Douglass, R & R 


25.20 


Gove, Calvin 


37.50 


Douglass, Royal 


100.50 


Gray, E and Rebecca 


58.50 


Dudley, John 


79.80 


Grant, Elijah 


50.10 


Dudley, Samuel W 


67.20 


Greeley, Noah 


67.20 


Dudley, Chas heirs, of 72.00 


Green Issachar heirs o 


f 45.00 


i Dunbar, Eben M 


97.80 


Greenough, James 


109.50 


Dunbar & Cutter 


31.50 


Greenough, William 


190 50 


1 Eaton, Jacob 


73 50 


Greenough, Wm. guar- 


Eaton & Haley 


73.80 


dian 


144.00 


Edge worth, Francis 


5160 


Greenwood, James 


182.40 


Edwards, Charles H 


28.50 


Gregory, Franklin E. 


31.20 


Ellis, Jonathan R 


61.80 


Gregory, Martha P 


155.70 


Estabrook, Samuel P 


45.60 


Grose, William 


27.60 


i Ewell, Charles 


29.40 


Grover, L B 


52.80 


Farnham, John C 


69 00 


Gunnison, Daniel O 


56.40 


Farrell, Garrett 


25. To 


11 igar, Jonathan Mrs 


73.80 


Fay, Isaac 


506.40 


Haley, Jesse 


76.20 


Fellows, Cyrus 


153.60 


Hall, James 11 


31.20 


Pillebrown, SB heirs 31.50 


Hall, Oliver heirs of 




Fette, Henry G 


26.70 


Hallett, William A 


73 5 » 


Fisher, George 


229.20 


Hancock, Charles E 


31 20 


Fisher, Edward 


33.00 


Hancock, Samuel 




Fisk & Fuller 


168.00 


Hancock, Solomon 


116 90 


Fisk, James C. 


85 20 


Hancock, Solomon jr 


87.50 


Fisk, Rufus, heirs of 297.00 


Hanley, John 


26.70 


Fisk, William 


176.20 


Harding, Hamlin R 


42.00 


Fisk & Rice 


446.40 


Harding, Isaac 


46.50 


Fiske, Elbr 


87.00 


Hardy, Francis l> 


60 80 


| 2 , Jesse heirs of 




[lardy, R J 


42.00 


■:. John 11 


28.60 
26.71T 


Harlow, .1 estate of 


91.50 


i- ( !har)es 


Harrington, Henry V 




thing ham, Amos 'I 




Hani-, .1 8 beirfl of 






661.60 


Han IB, C !v M execu- 




ter, B B & Co 


77.40 


tor of .1 S Harris 


'.'•J.I HI 


Fuller, Robert 


28.60 


Hayes, Ah in 




Fuller Robert 11 




ird >v Co 





286 


TAX PAYERS. 




Hebard, Albert K 


28.60 


Jennings, Samuel W. 


28 60 


Hegney, .John 


88.80 


Jones, Benjamin 


60.90 


Hemmen way ,L heirs of 27.00 


Jones, Henry E 




Hows, John 


68.20 


( narlea L 




Hey wood, Samuel P 


G0.90 


Jones, Chas. L lV Co 


297.00 


Higgins, E Iv 


33.90 


Kelley, Daniel 




Hixon, Edward 


412.80 


Kelley & George 


33.30 


Ilollis, Charles 


70.80 


Kelly, Amasa S 




Holmes, Joseph A 


280.50 


Kendrick, Rufus 




Holmes, Jos. A & Cc 


55.80 


Kennedy, Artemas 




Holmes, J A & others 


52.20 


Kidder, Daniel S 


91.96 


Holmes, Isaac C 


46.50 


Kershaw, Robert 




Holmes, Orpheus 


38.40 


Kimball, Charles II 


29.40 


Holmes, Jos. heirs of 


135.00 


Kinsley, Lyman 


60.00 


Homer, Moore R 


48.30 


Knowles, William F 


46.60 


Hosmer, Zelotes 


204.45 


Kuhn, George, heirs < 




Houghton, H 


139.65 


Ladd, E A Miss 


90.00 


Houghton & Whitney 


225.00 


Lamson, Rufus 


309.30 


Houghton, Amory 


890.70 


Lane, Martin, heirs of 85.80 


Houghton, Moses B 


52.80 


Lansing, Abraham 


30.30 


Hovey, Ebenezer 


199.50 


Larned, L G 


205.80 


Hovey, Augustus H 


33.90 


Leeds, Daniel D 


4G.50 


Hovey, A H & Co 


36.45 


Leland, Daniel 


31.20 


Hovey, J Dana 


117.60 


Leavitt, William 


25.10 


Hovey, Phineas B as 


Lemon, Augustus F. 


51.00 


administrator 


171.00 


Lemon, Fields & Co. 


7200 


Hovey, William B 


98.70 


Lennon, John 


33.90 


Hovey, William B 




Lowin, John 


30.30 


trustee 


35 10 


Lewis, Henry P 


28.50 


Hovey, P B heirs of 


189.00 


Lewis, Gabriel E 


31.20 


Hovey & Co 


1242.90 


Lincoln, Nathan 


37.50 


Howard, George C 


42.00 


Litchfield, Allen 


33.00 


Howard, P M 


45.60 


Litchfield, Roland, jr 


50 00 


Howe, Tyler 


56.40 


Livermore, George W 


. 40.20 


Howe & Teele 


29.00 


Liv.ermore, Isaac 


490.20 


Howe, Samuel S 


59 50 


Livermore, John 


146 40 


Howe, Elias 


97.80 


Livermore, Nathaniel 145.50 


Howe, Avery F 


39.50 


Livermore, Nathaniel & 


Howe, Elias, 2d 


51.00 


Son 


88.20 


Howes, Solomon 


63.30 


Locke, Amos 


83.20 ;; 


Hyde, Edward 


82.50 


Lombard, Benjamin 


548.70 


Hyde & Watriss 


225.45 


Lothrop, George 13 


28.50 


Ingalls, John R 


29.40 


Loughrey, William 




Jacobs, Sarah Mrs 


39.80 


Lowe, F cS: J 




James, Samuel 


111.80 


Lucas, George E 




Jennings, Joseph 


28,50 


Lucy, George 


48.80 


Jennings, Joseph II 


30.30 


Luke, Elijah II 




Jennings, John D 


102.30 


Luke & Skinner 


37.00 



TAX PAYERS. 



237 



Lum, Isaac, heirs of 78.30 
Magee, John A ^5.30 

Magoun, Aaron B 35.70 

Manning, John 28.50 

Manson, Nathaniel G 91.50 
Manson, Eben 226.50 

Manson, Eben, adminis- 
trator B L Whitney's 
estate 90.00 

Manson, Frederick H. 26.70 
Martin, William H. 27.60 
Marvin, William J G2.70 
Mason, Jas W. heirs of 57.60 
Mason, Abigail and E 

H Blanchard 55,80 

Mason, William A 122.10 
Mason, L heirs of 128.00 
McClure, Charles F 195.00 
McDuffie, J. & mother 28.50 
McGeoch, Alexander 53.79 
Melledge, James P 524.40 
Mellen, James 68.40 

Meriam, John N 150.90 

Merriam, Albert * 42.90 
Merrill, J. Warren 399.30 
Mickell, Thomas 64.50 

Miller, Nancy 90.00 

Mitchell, Paul 91.50 

Morse, Charles H 26.70 

Morse, Calvin 107.70 

Morse, A P 421.80 

Munroe, Henry P 44.70 

Munroe, William W 25.80 
Murdock, Robert 121.20 
Murdock, Asa, heirs of 601.80 
Murphy, Patrick 30.30 

Murphy, Daniel 92.40 

Muzzey, Henry W 102.30 
Nay, Isaac A 28.50 

Nay, Samuel F. 64.60 

Newell, Timothy 106.90 

Newmarch, Joseph 7-~>. : »'> 
Newton, Enoch C 26.70 

Norris, William 42.00 

Nburae, Benjamin F 82.60 
Nurse, Gilbert 26.70 

Nudd, Jacob 182.46 

Orne, Joel 8 



Ordway, Aaron 64.50 

Ordway, Eliza K 185.40 

Osborn, Jesse 53.70 

Osborn, Dalphon 226.50 

Osgood, George M 46.50 

Page, George G 123.90 

Page, William 42.90 

Paige, Lucius R 91.50 

Paige, Ellen S 99.00 

Palmer, John R 76.20 

Palmer, Greenville 35.70 

Palmer, Samuel 52.70 

Patch, Charles L 47.40 

Pearson, John D 39.30 

Penniman, Albert B 28.50 

Perham, John, jr. 25.80 

Phillips, James 57.30 

Peirce, Stillman 28.50 

Pike, James 82.50 

Pollard, John S 244.50 

Pond, Zebiah R 76.50 

Porter, Charles 33.00 

Porter, J C 37.50 

Pratt, William A 28.50 

Prentiss, G heirs of 27.00 

Prescott, Josiah H 33.00 

Pulsifer, William 33.00 

Quarles, Eldridge 37.50 

Quimby, Gilman 72.60 

Quinn, Patrick 26.70 

Rafferty, Bernard 34.80 

Read, Alexander H 246.30 

Read, J. S. heirs of 76.50 

Reardon, John 33.00 

Revalion, John D 56.60 

Ethoades, Silas 62.70 

Rice, Aaron 117.00 

Rice, Thomas G 64.60 
Richardson, Charles 1» 18.8& 
Richardson, George C 829.10 
Richardson, J. heirs of 126.00 
ftiohardson, George B, 

heirs of 242.10 

Ricker, M s 

Rioker, Vessel P 42.90 

Riudge, Samuel G 78.00 

Rivera, Isaac 68.60 

Roaf, Robert N L6 60 



238 


TAX PAYERS. 




Robinson, James 


28.50 


Sortwell & Co. 


117.00 


Rogers, Benjamin F 


37.50 


Sparrow, Susan 


40.50 


Rollins, Amos P 


40.20 


Sparrow, James H 




Ropes, Hard j 


123.00 


Spencer, Hosea 


2 - 


Rourk, Gamalia 


33 90 


Stafford, Thomas 




Rugg, Josiah N 


47.40 


St. Clair, John JM 


168.90 


Runey, M. heirs of 


30.60 


Stedman, Martha P 


74 40 


Russ, Augustus 


30.30 


Stevens, Edwin A 


113.10 


Russ, A. as guardian 


54.90 


Stiles, Lucius 


69.00 


Russ, Helen F 


54.00 


Stone, Harriet, Mrs. 


207.00 


Ryder, Enoch 


6180 


Stone, O B 


44.00 


Ryder, George G 


57.30 


Stone, Mary W 


45.00 


Safford, Aaron H 


78.90 


Stone, P R L 


172.50 


Sampson, William P 


46.50 


Stone, John 




Sanborn, Amos C 


131.55 


Stone, Daniel 


48.30 


Sanders, Samuel 


154.50 


Stratton, Ira 


757.50 


' Sanford, William J 


52.80 


Stud ley, Joseph 


48.30 


Sargent, John 


148.20 


Swift, Charles 


46.50 


Sanger, George E 


35.70 


Tapley, Henry M 


100.50 


Scudder, Alexander 


42.00 


Tar bell, S heirs of 


31.50 , 


Seaverns, George W 


37.50 


Tarbell, William G 


33.00 ; 


Shaekley, Eben 


40.00 


Tarbox, Joseph K 


120.30 


Shaw, Lewis 


206.70 


Tarr, Jacob 




Shearer, Leonard B 


100.50 


Teele, Samuel P 


48.30 


Shearer, James W 


46.50 


Thayer, Henry & Co. 


36.00 


Sherburne, Reuben 


73.50 


Thurston, Daniel H 


32.10 


Sherman & Dugan 


43.20 


Thurston & Miles 


85.50 


Simonds, James L 


51.00 


Thwing, Gardner H 


51.90 


Simonds, Joseph 


44.70 


Thwing, James 


44.70 


Simpson, W E & B 


46.80 


Tilton, Benjamin 


379.50 


Smart, D C 


46.50 


Titcomb, William H 


33.90 


Smith, Amos 


37.50 


Titus., Dorus 


31.20 


Smith, L. 11 


73.50 


Tower, Levi L 


48.30 


Smith, Green 


46.50 


Towne, Ezra 


28.50 


Smith, J B 


73.50 


Tucker, Hiram 


47.50 


Smith, Thomas L 


28.50 


Tucker, Charles A 


143.70 


Smith & Bosworth, 


as- 


Turner, Harriet 


32.40 


signees 


54.90 


Ufford, Samuel N 


28.50 


Smith, Alva C 


44.70 


Ufford, H G 


28.50 


Smith, James, heirs of 21780 


Valentine, Lawson 


80.70 


Smith, Joseph, heirs of 95.40 


Valentine, I Mrs. 


228.60 1 


Smith, Samuel 


121.20 


Vandine, Henry 


155.85 ;! 


Snow, Humphrey L 


40.20 


Vandine & Richardson 49.50 || 


'■ Snow, William 


32.10 


Vickery, William J 




Snow, Alonzo L 


28.50 


Vickery & MarTin 


41.40 


Snow, Seymour B 


27.60 


Vinal, Albert 


132.90 


Snow, Ambrose 


48.30 


Wade, Asa 




| Snow, Eben 


60.90 


Waite, Charles 


258.00 | 



TAX PATERS. 


239 


Ward. Winthrop 


33.00 


Bliss, HCH 


27.00 


Ward , Mary Ann 


27.00 


Bridges, Albert 


78.30 


Ward, Henry B 


199.50 


Brimmer, Eliza C 


57.60 


W r are, JFW 


116.70 


Brimmer, Martin 


37.80 


Ware, Wesley 


33.90 


Brinley, Robert 


37.80 


Warren, Caleb H 


95.10 


Brown, James P 


72.00 


Webber, A J 


37.50 


Brown, J E & Nathan 


l 36.00 


Webber, Elizabeth L 


46.00 


Brooks, Luke, heirs of 369.90 


Way, Alan son 


30.30 


Bush, Jotbam 


27.00 


Welch, Benjamin 


96.00 


Buss, Merrill 


82.80 


Welch, David, 


25.80 


Carson, Robert 


42.30 


Wellington, W W 


57.30 


Carter, T. heirs of 


36.90 


Wellington, J V 


88.80 


Chadbourne, H 


49.50 


Wellington', J C 


46.50 


Chamberlain, Thomas 


63.00 


Wells, Peter F 


73.50 


Chamberlain, Edward 270.00 


W T etherbee, Jeremiah 


91.50 


Cooper, James C 


27.00 


Wheeler, Lewis 


67.20 


Curtis, Thomas B 


54.00 


Whipple, Milton D 


36.00 


Dalrymple, Willari 


70.20 


Whipple, W J Mrs. 


45.00 


Dana, Richard H 


8010 


Whitman, Edmund S 


25.S0 


Dana, Mary E 


54.00 


Whiting, Hosea 


46.50 


Dana, Sarah A 


289.50 


•Whitney, C. heirs of 


30.60 


Dove, George 


76.50 


Whitney, Edward T 


41.10 


Drees, John A 


38.70 


Whitney, Martin 


68.10 


Eames, Stimpson & Cc 


. 45.00 


Whitney, C. St. A. 


60.00 


Eaton, Francis A 


28.82 


Whittemore, G W 


127.50 


Fairbanks, Dexter 


9i'.00 


Whittemore, Benjamin 31.20 


Fitzpatrick, John 


45.00 


Whittemore, Thomas 


462.30 


Gould, Corbin 


31.50 


Whiton, John P 


33.90 


Gore, Rose & Co. 


110.70 


Wiggin, Ira W 


45.60 


Greenwood, John 


72.00 


Wilder, C D k D 


27.00 


Hastings, Edmund T 


523.80 


Wilder, John 


29.40 


Hasson, John 


40.50 


Wilkinson, Arthur 


276.90 


Herring, J M. heirs of 162.00 


W 7 illard , Joseph A 


35.25 


Hews, Horace 


90.90 


Williams, J M S 


325.50 


Holland, Silas H 


45.00 


Wood, Caleb 


28.50 


Homer & Sprague 


72.00 


Wood, Charles 


277.80 


Hubbard, William J. 




Woodward, F R 


37.S0 


trustee 


153.00 


Woodward, S. heirs of 65.70 


Hubbard, William J. 




Wright, WardE 


51.00 


guardian 


72.00 






Holway, Philip 


7020 


Non-Rcsidents 




Hunt . 


27.00 






Inches, Henderson 


52.20 


Austin, David 


25.20 


Jameson, N W C 


100.80 


Baldwin, Jacob 


72.00 


Jenks, Thomas L 


126.00 


vler 


109.80 


Kennedy, Donald 




Bellows, Isaac F 


36.00 


Kimball, Charl^ A 


103.50 


Binney, A. heirs of 


802.80 


Kimball, Charles H 


31.51 



240 


TAX PAYERS. 




Lakeman, Nancy 


27.00 


Bettinaon, E W 


78.H0 


Leishman, John 


36.00 


Boyle, James 


28.60 


Little, Brown & Co. 


45.00 


Boynton, John L 




Lockwood & Lum 


34.20 


Branagan, F X 


4^.00 


Luke, James 


46.80 


Brazee, M. P. heirs of 151.20 


Mason, W F & sisters 


45.00 


Brine, Robert, jr. 


35.70 


Mason, William F 


139.50 


Brine, William 




Mason, W. R. heirs oi 


* 45.00 


Brooks, W. C. & Co. 


36.00 


Mclntire, Joseph 


40 50 


Buck, John S 




Parker, S T 


25.22 


Buck, Silas B 


145.60 


Parker, Joseph W 


63.00 


Burdakin* John C 


35.70 ; 


Parkman, G. heirs of 


25.20 


Buttrick & Aspinwall 


, 


Pettee, Jesse P 


45.00 


executors 


138 00 


Perrin, Noah 


25.20 


Buttrick & Marrett 


8100 


Phelps, James M 


31.50 


Cardin, John 


31.20 


Pray, William M 


27.00 


Chaffee, K S 


136.50 


Prentice, George, jr. 


40.50 


Chaffee & Co. 


27.00 


Raymond, Perley 


72.00 


Clarke, Moses 


118.50 


Rice, Edmund, jr. 


70.20 


Cokely, Thomas 


4M.-J0 


Roberts, Jacob W 


25.20 


Colby, Benjamin 


33.00 


Rogers, George M 


104.40 


Daily, W J 


V)2 30 


Russell, James 


58.50 


Daily, W T illiam 


74.40. 


Rogers, John, heirs of 45.00 


Dale, George 


26.70 


Sears, Eben 


32.60 


Dana, Thomas 


64.60 


Sanford, Daniel 


98.10 


Day, Stephen 


44.70 


Smith, Ebenezer 


58.50 


Dennison, H B 


31.20 


Sohier, George B 


58.50 


Dennison, James 


63.60 


Stilling, D. heirs of 


54.00 


Dooley, James 


91.50 


Varney & Hill 


45.00 


Dooris, John, heirs oi 


' 33.90 


Viles, James 


72.00 


Draper, Daniel A 


42.90 


Watson, A. A. trustee 


43.00 


Draper, Francis 


356.20 


Walch, W. F. heirs of 141.30 


Draper, Francis & Co 


135.00 


Weston, Reuben 


50.40 


Draper & Sherriff 


90.00 


Whittaker, William H 


36.00 


Eaton, Charles 


37.50 


Wood, C T 


59.40 


Ellis, John A 


69.00 


Whiton, Royal, jr. 


40.50 


Ellis & Hazelton 


39.60 






Ellis, John A. & Co. 


108.00 


District III. 




Fickett, N M 


28.80 






Fifield, George W 


46.60 


Adams, Jabez F 


68.10 


Fillibrown, Amos 


46.60 


Alley & Johnson 


25.20 


Fitzpatrick, James 


30.30 


Babbitt, William E 


28.50 


Flint, Daniel B 


57.30 


Bacon, Leonard 


25.30 


Flint & Tufts 


270.00 


Bailey, J L 


36.60 


Folsom, Charles D 




Bailey, Thomas H 


37.80 


French, H heirs of 




Barrett, Michael 


30.30 


Gage, John 


34.80 


Bay State Gla^s Co. 


270.00 


George, Harvey 


109.50 


Bennet, Wilder 


64.50 ' Goss, Abiel 


62.70 



II 


r A X PAYER S. 


241 


j Gould, Vvilliam 


64.50 Marrett, Lorenzo 


42.90 


Green, Harriet 


99.00 


Marrett, L. guardian 45.00 


Green, Samuel S 


80.70 


i McElroy, Daniel 


28.00 


! Habich, Edward 


46.50 


McElroy, E. heirs of 


25.25 


Hagan, Daniel 


83 90 


McElroy, Hugh 


28.50 


Haley, Jason 


28.50 


Mclntire, Ebenezer 


48.30 


rlall, Franklin 


51.90 


Mead, Jacob 


55.50 


Hall, Lewis 


819.30 


McPeek, Patrick 


26.70 


! Hall, J. & Sons 


330.30 


Merrill, Richard, jr. 


33.90 


1 Hall, Jesse, heirs of 


297.00 


Mitchell, George L 


32.10 


Hamblet, Alvin 


46.50 


Munroe, "W A 


67.20 


Hastings, Joseph S 


28.50 


Murtagh, Daniel 


39.80 


1 Harvey & Burton 


45.00 


Needham, W W 


484.10 : 


j Haskell, Mary G 


45 00 


New Eng. Glass Co. 


2,250.00 


1 Hastings, J S & Son 


135.00 


Newhall, George 


361.50 


i Hastings, Thomas & Co. 68.4< 


Noble, Nathan IC 


33 00 


1 Hastings & Dana 


252.00 


Palmer, John 


167.10 


Hastings, Thomas 


514.50 


Parker, Mason G 


42 00 


Hay den, Caleb 


100.50 


Parker, Samuel 


604.50 


' Hazzard, Samuel L 


82.50 


Parker, W. H. heirs 


of 63.90 


Hills, Henry S 


37.50 


Parmenter, William 


64.50 


I Hoyt, Joseph 


33.90 


Pendexter, Charles 


28.50 


I Holmes, Charles C 


31.20 


Pettingell, William H 1)2.30 


Holt, Samuel 


52.80 


Phillips, George 


33 00 


Holt & Son 


27.00 


Price, James M 


34.80 


Hooker, Anson 


171.60 


Punch, Philip 


28.50 


Hovey, H N 


151.80 


Quimby, Amos 


51.90 


Howland, William H 


. 46.50 


Reed, Lucinda 


153.00 


Hughes, Alexander 


55.50 


Reed, Encs 


78.00 


Hughes, Frederick 


87.50 


Reed, Stephen 


137.40 


Hutchinson, Thomas 


28.50 


Reed & Hobbs 


27.00 


Jones, Andrew 


124.80 


Regal, Victor 


83.00 


Jones, Isaac F 


43.80 


Rice, George 


28.50 


Kennison, R. heirs o 


f 48.00 


Richardson, S W 


28.50 


Kenny, M C. estate o 


f 117.00 


Rindge, Daniel 


51.90 


King, Samuel, heirs 


of 36.00 


Rindge, S and M 


58.50 


Kinsley, II. heirs of 


31.50 


Robinson, Joel 


138.30 


Knapp, Lydia 


54.00 


Ryan, Michael 


51.00 


Knight, Joseph R 


25.80 


Sal i -bury, Samuel 


28.50 


Ladd, John S 


136.6t) 


Seager, Samuel 


34.80 


Langley, John 


87.00 


Searlcs, John 


41.10 


Law relief, .lames K 


85.70 


Shepard, Jared 


36.60 


Leigh ton, John II 




Sh< rriff, .lolm L 


803.00 


Leonard, Hiram 


27.(50 


Sherriff & Eastham 


146.70 


Linnehan, Charles 


60.00 


Shea, Timothy 




Lockhart, William L 


47.40 


Shorey, John R 


84.80 


Loring, .John W 


74.40 


Rhofenburg, P. heirs 


of 86.00 


i Magoun, Joseph 


81.30 


Slocomb, S. guardian 72.50 


21 









242 



TAX PAYERS. 



Slocomb, Samuel 187.20 

Slocomb & Dana 151.20 

Sinallidge, Jeremiah 32.10 
Sinallklge, S. heirs of 86.00 

Snow, B B 28.50 

Spare, Elijah, jr. 96. 00 
Stearns, Amos F 

Stevens, A H 70.80 

Stevens, A H jr. 66.30 
Stevens, George 

Stevenson, Daniel 78.90 

Stewart, Alonzo 32.10 

Stickney, F H 37.50 

Stickney & Work 36.00 

Taylor, John R 105.00 

Tibbets, Israel 96.00 I 

Train, Edmund 158.10 

Tufts, Eben T. 29.40 

Tyler, Joseph fl 91.50 

Tyler, Eiiza, 36.00 ! 

Tvler, Jemima M 45.00 

Watson, N. heirs of 113.40 

Watts, L B 27.00 
Wellington, J C & Co. 297.00 

Weston, Edward li 37.60 

Wheeler, Elijah 33.00 
White, Sewall, heirs of 54.00 

Whitney, Henry 28.50 

Whitney, Joseph 32.10 

Whoriskev, Richard 46.50 

Wight, Lydia 25 20 
Winchell, Rensalaer 40.50 

Winslow, J B 46.50 

Wyman, William 154.50 

J\~on-Residents. 
Bigelow, Alpheus 36.00 

Binney, A. heirs of 771.30 
Boston Lead Company 32.40 
Boston &L.R R.Co. 3,150.00 
Boston & Maine R. R. 675.00 
Boynton, William, 331.20 
Bradshaw, Henry C 30.60 
Bright, Josiah " 27.00 

Brooks, L. heirs of 202.50 
Brooks, Sarah, heirs of 54.00 
Cambridge Wharf Co. 90.00 
Clark, Chester 72.00 



Clark, Joseph 

Crocker, Ki 

DanielN. .1 E ft Co. 

E.Camb. Gas Oil I 

Fisk, 1~ 

Flint, Edm. heirs of 4 

Gilman, J F 

Gilson, Henrv Y 

Griswold, Albert 

Hadlev, George 

Hazel ton, J E 1-7 

Head, Joseph 

Jenkins, Thomas 36.00 

Lane, John D 64.80 

Leigh ton, Thomas 

Lothrop, Amelm - 2 

Lyman, Joseph, 

Monahan, Philip 

Munroe, Edmund 1,54 

Neal, David A. tru 

N i 36.00 

Pollard, Hannah, 

Price & Hall 

Quinn, Michael 

Ralfertv. Pal 

Reed William C 41.40 

Rogers, William S : : 

Sanborn & Co 

Sherman, AP 11 1 

Smith, WmL heirs of I 

Squire, John P 522 

: Skillings, D X 

Smith, Georg 
\ Thompson, Samuel J 

Tufts, Charles 
! Tuten, R P heirs of 

Tufts, Sophia 

Underwood, Peter 

Yogi, Adam 81.5f) 

Warner, John 

Warren, Hervey 

Weisse. Marv 

Walker, S& Co 27 

Wheatland, George 2 

Wheeler, Jonathan 

Winchester EA&W 1170.00 

Winchester, S heirs of 4 

Wyman, James 



IMPROVEMENTS IN 
PIANOS. 

Boston, Julv 7fb, 1860. 

Bf. Iff. Lowe. Esq., 344 Washington Street. 

Dear Sir: I have examined your improved form of Plate for 
Piano Fortes, and take great pleasure in giving you my opinion of 
its merits. 

It being of the utmost importance, that an instrument should 
continue in tune, under all unfavorable circumstances; anything 
that tends to this result, deserves the highest commendation*. 

Owingto the form usually adopted to the upper end of the Plate, 
where the strings are attached, that part of it which extends over 
the sounding board, has always been liable to warp and spring in 
tuning. The line of tension of the strings being raised by the fil- 
let, over which they pass above the upper surface of the Plate, the 
immense strain they exert is brought in such a direction as to tend 
to depress the point which extends over the sounding board. This 
train on the metal of the Plate, is usually resisted by a brace 
connecting the end of the part over the sounding board with the 
pin block opposite, and by a post connecting the underside of the 
Plate with the bottom of the Piano case. 

In this mode of construction there is a continual cross strain ex- 
erted on the metal of the Plate, which must seriously affect the in- 
strument. As the elasticity of the Plate would be sensibly affected 
by the change of temperature, all cross strains should be avoided 
as far as practicable. 

I consider the principal advantage of your improved form of 
Plate, is obtained by lowering the point of support for the strings, 
so that the line of tension passes directly through the centre of the 
thickness of the Plate: thereby avoiding the difficulties which ex- 
i«t in all other Pianos. The line of tension passing through in- 
stead of above the surface of the Plate, causes no warping or 
depression of that part usually supported by the sounding post, 
and therefore obviates the necessity of having it. Dispensing with 
the post, also, alio .vs the sounding board to be made entirely with- 
out perforations. 

The brace between the head of the Plate and that part contain- 
ing the wrest pins, being only retained for the rigidity it g: 
the latter part, and not having an immense downward strain to 
sustain, is not so liable to be broken as in other instruments: 
they are often broken and replaced by wrought iron of greater 
strength. Another important feature "of your Plate appears to be 
in the pannelling or letting in of thepart'which receives the wrest 
pins. This brings the strain lower, and though there is not tie 
same necessity, owing to the stronger form of this part, it reduces 
the cross strain in the same manner as at the other end of the 
strings. On the whole. I consider the metal in your Plate to he 
far more scientifically and judiciously disposed to bear the im- 
mense force exerted b y \\.< in any other I have seen. 

Whenitifl considered that, according to the best authorities, 

_ it or ten tuns acting on the strings of a 

11 in tune, it will be readily perceived that 

eren a smmll deviation from the centre line of the thickneae ofthe 

Plate must sensibly effect it. 

• folly vours. 
Thbodors Ci. Klli-, Civil K - te Street. Boston. 

It will be recollected that tl ore awarded the second 

premium agflver medal, at the late Exhibition in laneuil Hall, 
Boston. 



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Ladies can find Millinery Goods of the latest style, best 
materials, and at reasonable charges, at 

MRS. TURNERS MILLINERY STORE, 

Buckley's Block, cor. Main and Norfolk Streets, 
Near the Post Office. 

Also, a full assortment of 
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And materials for all kinds of Ladies' Fancy Work. 

Q^- APPRENTICES WANTED. 
Stitching by Ladd & Webster's Machine. 

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No. 702 Washington, St., Boston. 

The attention of the citizens of Cambridge is invited to their 
IMPROVED ACTION PIANO. 

Those wishing a superior and finely toned instrument, with 
our newly invented Action, which has received the highest tes- 
timonials from musical artists and others, are invited to visit 
our Wareroom before purchasing elsewhere. 



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State Street, Cambridgeport. 
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The subscriber thanks his former patrons for their aid, and 
solicits a continuance of the same. He has of late greatly 
increased his facilities for accomplishing work with great 
neatness and despatch, having made extensive additions of 
machinery. 

BOXES of every description made to order; also, Win- 
dow Frames, Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c, &c. 

Those who may favor him with a call can depend upon 
having their work done in the best manner possible, and at 
short notice. 

He has facilities for doing TEAMING of all descriptions, 
and also solicits patronage in this line. 

DALPHON OSBORN. 

WELLINGTON BROTHERS, 

— DEALERS IN — 

©OIL, WOOD, 

BARK, CEMENT, 

LIME, HAY, HAIR AND PLASTER. 
Also, the celebrated FRANKLIN, TREYORTON, and 
GEORGE'S CREEK CUMBERLAND COAL. 

Wharf, Craigie's Bridge, 

EAST CAMBRIDGE, 

Boston Office, 35 Exchange Street. 

All orders addressed by mail, or left at cither office, 
promptly attended to. 
Horatio Wellington, Joseph A. Wellington. 



A. C. SANBORN & CO., 

— DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF — 

:r O TJ Gr H 

— AND — 

HAMMERED GRANITE, 

Sanborn's Wharf, Bridge Street, 

East Cambridge. 

Boston Office, 31 State Street, 

A. C. Sanborn, H. A. Kemp, J. F. Sanborn. 

ALLEN & ENDICOTT, 

Manufacturers of Stationary and Portable 

STEAM ENGINES 

— AND — 

BOILERS, 

Ships' Water Tanks, (J as Holders, 

Iron Roofs, Kettle Curbs, Shafting and Pulley*, and Machi- 
nery o( :ill kfn.is. 

MAIN STREET, CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. 

In l!'>it»u, nt No. ."> l.ilMily Sqiiiic. 



BOOKS IMPORTED TO ORDER. 



A CIRCULATING LIBRARY of new and standard 
books connected with the store. 

HAYWltRB # COMPANY'S 

Cambridgeport & Boston 



Leases Cambridgeport at 8, A. M., and 2, P. If. Leaves 
Boston at 11, A. M., and 5, P. M. 
GEO. A. HAYWARD, GEO. W. COXCKLIX. 



SEVER & FRANCIS, 

(Successors to John Bakrlett,) 

§00hsd(crs fa % $nitesitj|, 

— AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF — 

BOOKS AND STATIONERY, 
Harvard Square, Cambridge. 



OFFICE IN CAMBRIDGEPORT, OFFICE IN BOSTON. 

Rear of D. TJ. Chamberlain's. No. 3 Washington Street- 

ORDER BOXES AT ORDER BOXES AT 

J. A. Holmes & Co's., Stimson & Valentine's, 36 India 

Thurston & Miles', Street, 

And the Post Office. Ticknor & Fields 1 , School St. 

Orders for heavy or light team work, or the transporta- 
tion of packages to and from Boston, promptly attended to. 



H. P. CALDWELL, 



-DEALER IN — 



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BRITANNIA, WOODEN & TIN WARE. 

— ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF — 

Looking Glasses, Plated Ware, 

TEA TRAYS, TABLE CUTLERY, &c, 

No. 100 Court Street, 

(Nearly opposite Sudbury Street,) 

©QSTQN, 

JAMES H. WYETH, 

WEST INDIA GOODS, 

FRUIT, FLOUR, &o. 

Pure Java aad Mocha Coffee. 

PRIME DAIRY BUTTER AND CHEESE. 

3NTO. G BRATTLE STREST, 



MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE. 



NEW ENGLAND 
MUTVAK 

JKfe Jnatrmup % 

O F B 1 1 C E , 

No. 39 State Street, 

(In the Company's Building,) 



^ccmniulated Fund, . . . $1,620,000. 

Largest amount taken on one Life, $15,000. 



Surplus refunded at the end of every five years, in Cash, 
or by addition to the sum insured. 

The distribution of surplus in 1853, amounted to 30 per 
cent, of the premiums paid in five years. Premiums may 
l>e paid quarterly or semi-annually. 

Forms of application, pamphlets, reports, &c, to be had 
at the office of the Company. 

WILLARD PHILLIPS, President. 
BENJ. F. STEVENS, Secretary. 

JOHN H0MAN8, M. D., and \V. W. MOKLAKD, If. 

D., Consulting Physicians. 



BURRAGE, SHEPHERD & CO., 

(Successors to Burrage, Stickney & Co.,) 

— DEALERS IN — 



9 

LIME, HAIR, 

— AND — 

C E ME N" T. 

Wharf, Broadway, corner of Court Street. 

JOSIAH BURRAGE, ) -..„-*., Mk - MM i 

S&SPfWAsJ CAMBRIDGEPORT. 
JOEL ROBINSON, 




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§( attmg gtouftultttw, 



GfOEE STREET, 

i&ST ©&MRR8BG1. 

House and store work of every description done 
at short notice, and at the lowest prices. 

N. B. Particular attention paid to Enclosing Cemetery 

Lots, and with any required pattern Ol Railing; several new- 
styles of which, (not to be found elsewhere) are now ready 
for exhibition. 



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CITY MAEKET, 

Main St., corner of Prospect, 
©AMBRtBCEPQRT. 




WAED & CUTLER. 

PROVISIONS 



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— AND — 



Can be found at this Market. 

Goods delivered in any part of the city free of expense. 

BTJC K'S 

CAMBRIDGE & BOSTON 



Leaves Cambridge at 9, A. M., and 3, P. M. 
" Boston " 11.30, " « 5, " 



Offices in Boston.— 8 Court Street, and at the Gene- 
ral Express Office, 3 Washington Street. 

Order Boxes in Cambridge.— At the Post Office, and 
Sever & Francis' University Bookstore. 

Orders and Bundles may also be left at his residence, No. 
12 Holyoke Street. 

All orders promptly attended to. 



RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA. 



Since White's Elixir for the above complaints has 
been before the public, not less than twenty medicines, all, 
if the advertisements were true, " infallahle remedies," have 
been tried, condemed, and have died out, whilst the demand 
for the Elixir is constantly increasing. It has cured the 
most severe cases of Neuralgia in a few hours, and, in a 
few weeks, cases of Rhumatism of twenty to thirty 

YEARS STANDING. 

You can see the names of five hundred persons who have 
been cured by it. Sixty of Shem after they had tried every- 
thing else. So confident is the proprietor of its efficacy, 
that, if it does not help you, you shall receive gratis any 
other medicine advertised. 

Sold by Druggists and the Proprietor, 

J. WHITE, Chemist, 
No. 38 Leverett Street, Boston. 




TRUSSES, SUPPORTERS & BRACES. 

The great number of radical cures of Hernia within the 
last few years, by the use of Dr. J. VV. Phelps' Spiral Spring 
Trusses, has given them preference over all others. His 
apparatus for the correction and cure of all kinds of de- 
formities are used at the Massachusetts General Hospital, 
and are recommended by the first Surgeons in Europe and 
America. 

ARTIFICIAL LEGS, ARMS AND HANDS. 

Apparatus for Club Feet, Spiral Corsets for Projecting 
Shoulders and Distorted Spines, Laced Stockings,' Knee 
Caps, and all other kinds. 

At the Sign of the Golden Eagle. 

No. G8 Trcmont Street, 

BOSTON. 



PEIVATE SCHOOL. 



MARY A. THOMAS, 

Corner of Brattle Street, and Appian Way, 

Applications may be made at the School-room between 
9 and 1 o'clock. 



D. W. N1LES, 

— DEALER IN — 

AN© FANCY 6QQDS t 

Of every description. 

Woods' Block, Main Street, Cambridgeport. 



J. OUTHWAITE, 

No. 490 Main Street, 

CAMBKIDGEPOET. 



— KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND — 

Force and Copper Pumps, Water Closets, Wash Bowls, 

Silver Plated and Brass Cocks, Warm, Cold and 

Shower Baths, Fountains, Cesspools, Sheet 

Lead, Lead Pipe, and other articles 

connected with the Plumb- 
ing business, constantly on hand. 

D^" Strict and personal attention given to all orders, and 
work warranted. 

All Country Orders promptly attended to. 



CLASSICAL TUTOR. 



DR. HUMPHREYS, LID.: Fellow of the College of Pre- 
ceptors of England, and ol the Educational Institute of Scot- 
laud, Author of the u Lyra Hellenics," "Mrnua] of Civil 

Law,' and other works, having become resident in Cambridge, 
would be happy to give instruction in the Hebrew, Greek and 
Latin languages. Political Economy and English Literature to 
a few pupils in conjunction with his own sons. Dr. H. has 
been eminently successful as a College and School Teacher in 
England, andis also permitted to reier to the following gentle- 
men in Boston and vicinity : — 

The Marquis Louisador, British Consul ; Rev. W. P. Page, St. 
Peter's Episcopal Church ; Kev. Dr. Wells, St. Stephen's Bos- 
ton; Hon. Winslow Lewis, M. D., Boston; Dr. W. W. Well- 
ington, Cambridgeport; Dr. Dana, American Academy of Aits 
and Sciences; Benjamin P. Burgess, Esq.. 62 Beacon Street, 
Boston; Colonel B. King, Maiden; Hon. G. 8. Hillard, 33 
School Street, Boston; Professor Horsford, Harvard Univer- 
sity; C. W.Moore, Esq., Grand Lodge of Freemasons; Lucius 
R. Page, Esq., Cambridgeport; W. D. Ticknor, Esq., Publisher, 
Bostou; Colonel Greene, Boston Post; W. D. Swan, Esq., 
Dorchester. 

House corner of Boardinan Street and Broadway, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT. 



OMNIBUS LIME. 



Cambridge and Boston. 



On and after January 1, 1801, until furihcr notice, 
Joaches will leave Harvard Square, Cambridge, 





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The running time is perpetual, Bummer and winter. 

ASA DURGIN, Prcprietor. 




MENS &. BOYS' CLOTHING. 



G. W. SIMMONS, PIPER & CO., 

32 and 34 North Street, Boston. 





CAMBRIDGE 

Jwnitow and Carpet §tow, 



WHITNEY & BRACKETT, 

BRATTLE SQUARE. 



W. & B. manufacture to order, French Furniture in 
Damask, Plush, and Brocatelle. They are also Agents for 
the sale of Howe's Patent Spring Bed. 

A. A. WHITNEY. J. BRACKETT. 

JOHN S. BATES, 

MAIN STREET,, 

CAMBRIDGEPORT, 

Has constantly on hand, a full assortment of 

ID !8I WDID98. 



Every article sold warranted to DC M repi 

TERMS, - - CASH.